here's where I'm stuck. any OLED screen large enough to replace my projector, could not fit into my home. it would not fit through the door, it would certainly not fit through my stairs, and there's no way it would fit coming around the corner at the bottom of my staircase. I had to unbox a 64" plasma to make that journey.
so the question of how big would be big enough is completely moot unless they can figure out a way to roll up, or fold the screen to make it 'portable'.
a 70-80" screen will never replace my projector, and even that size may require some slightly remodelling. to fit something 110-120"(how big it would need to be for me to consider replacing my projector), would probably cost me 10's of thousands of dollars in construction work, and would never leave the room it was installed in. for somebody that likes to upgrade, and moves things 'down the chain' none of that is appealing in any way to me.
so, what I need for OLED to replace front projection:
-min 110", preferably much larger
-major price reductions. I'd want the OLED to be on par or cheaper than the projector(which I still consider WAY more versatile)
realistically, oled is going to replace my bedroom TV's, maybe the living room tv, if they get cheap enough, some other auxillary displays as well. I just don't see it being practical for any direct view type display to make it's way into my home theatre again. not unless projector/screen advancements stagnate completely and oled makes good on everything it promised and maybe more.
Displays: Samsung PN64F8500/JVC X35
AVR: Pioneer VSX-1018AH, 5.1 audio
Sources: HTPC(Mediabrowser), PS3, XBOX360, Wii, Sony DVP-CX995V
Control: Harmony One