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As already mentioned.
The Digital Galaxy is garbage, avoid this.
Optoma is a well respected brand, but on top of that, it delivers a quality product in the H180X which is a recent design and supports almost any resolution you throw at it, as well as allowing for frame packed 3D content.
I'm with others in saying that you should consider spending $250 on the BenQ W1070, but if you are on a budget, you are on a budget.
Still, most HDTV is 1080i, not 720p. Almost all Blu-ray Discs (playable on PS3) are 1080p and provide the best movie watching experience you could hope for. Games certainly are mostly 720p from what I've heard, but there are some 1080 versions.
Still, this is your money, and your decision to make.
Keep in mind, replacement lamps for projectors will set you back $200-$300 for a factory branded original lamp (recommended).
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