I look forward to seeing what you can do. But I wonder, what is behind this (not yours specifically, but the broader markets) push towards lasers? In a world that was moving towards 3D shifting to laser light made perfect sense, as you can polarize it at the source. Have bright 3D images, as Christie demoed. But, if as seems to be the case now, no one cares about 3D anymore, what's the point of going ahead with lasers? Brightness? As it is now, xenon projectors are too bright from a post perspective, and plenty bright from an exhibition perceptive, in 2D. Accuracy? Well metameric issues aside, I suppose laser light is generally more stable. What else is there? Power efficiency? Heat? Maintenance cost? Or is it just that lasers sound freaking cool?