Is it worth going ultrawide with the panny 8000 using the lens memory feature instead of an A lens? I had the 4000 in our last home on a 106 16:9 screen and loved it. In our new home i was planning on the same with the 8000 but like the idea of scope but do not have an A lens in the budget. Do i loose anything on image sharpness or quality? I am considering a 120 or 130 screen so i do not loose much with the 16:9 format. I have read some good reviews on this but only one really went indepth on this feature.
This will be a dedicated room with total light control. 12 6 wide and 17 4 deep. pj will be about 15 ft back. Front row appx 10 ft from screen.