I'm thinking about buying a LED Projector myself. I have the Optoma HD65 and I love it. Although when it comes to TV use, I prefer a LED projector so I don't have to worry about lamp replacements. I only use my Optoma for bluray and DVD movies.
So I have a question:
If the Casio XJ-A240 is a 2500 lumens (too bright) and a 16:10 (not true 16:9), wouldn't the Casio XJ-A130 be the better buy at 2000 lumens and 4:3 format? The 2000 lumens would give you darker black bars (top and bottom) in widescreen formats and not look light gray as it does with 2500 lumens. While the 4:3 format, while not 16:9, would give you a more ture widescreen format and not that stretched out 16:10 format look.
The reason I'm asking is because a while back before I bought my Optoma HD65, I bought an Epson 2500 lumens with a 16:10 format, and the look of that projector wasn't all that great (same issues I described). And I see that the Casio XJ-A240 has the same specs.