Very helpful answers. Thanks everyone.
The dealer I've been talking with recommended a throw of around 15', with a 110" diagonal screen. My seating distance from the screen will be around 11'.
I'll mostly be watching the projector at night, or during the day I'm planning to have something (not quite sure what yet) to block the light from my egressed window.
With these measurements and viewing habits, will there be too much light from the 6020? I found on projector central that showed the light measurement for my measurements using the 6020. The number was 19 fL.
1) For a new bulb watching 2d content, is that too high, or just about right?
2) For a new bulb watching 3d content, is that too high, or just about right?
3) For an older bulb watching 2d content, is that too high, or just about right?
4) For an older bulb watching 3d content, is that too high, or just about right?
I'm asking because I'm kind of also thinking about the JVC DLA-X30 (14 fL with my measurements) or Sony HW50ES (16fL with my measurements) projectors, but I know their lumens are much lower than the 6020. I'm not sure which one would be best for my setup and viewing conditions.
**EDITED** - Added information found on projector central and model #'s.
Samsung TV - PN59D8000 - wall mounted
HW50ES projector w/electric Elite 120" ceiling mounted screen (drops in front of plasma)
Receiver - Yamaha RX-A3000
Front Speakers - B&W CM9, Center - B&W CMC2, Surrounds - B&W CM5
SVS PB12+, SVS PB13 Ultra