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Hi Folks,
Just did my first projector purchase
Acer H7531D DLP Home Theater Projector (1080P)
http://reviews.cnet.com/home-theater...ntBody;compare

According to research will need a 70-80 dia screen (72 viewing area)
Looking at this
http://www.amazon.com/FAVI-16-120-In...=33VFZ45HJUPM1

We will be sitting on couch fairly close like 8'6" eyeballs to screen
and want it to be as high off the floor as possible but still comfy when sitting on a couch and retract when not in use as we plan on putting a chair or couch where the tv is now

Got the Videosecu celing drop mount and it will go either infront or behind the exposed ductwork
VideoSecu Universal LCD/DLP Projector Ceiling Mount Bracket White Fits both flat or Vaulted ceiling PJ2W 1CA

We have shades on windows and use it more for computer, not too worried about ambient light as it's a living room and not dedicated theater.

Ceiling (sheetrock) is about 10' high, so will need to drop the whole fixture a few feet
I guess will need to have some hanging thing off of the ceiling
Someone else has had to have done this before.
Where to start?
Links, pics, threads, guides, videos,
Threaded rod? wire, etc?

See pics of current setup (tv stand and everything will be going away)



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