Don't forget the 93's composite video output that's active for everything but Blu-rays, enabling you to use an inexpensive LCD display (the kind sold for use in cars as seatback screens to entertain kiddies on long drives) as a "music dashboard" in a projector-based setup: no need to turn on the projector to choose music, whether disk, memory stick, or network based.
Avoid projector heat and fan noise (and save on projector bulb life) during music sessions. You can turn a composite display on and off to listen in the dark without the audio dropout caused by HDMI handshakes.
Many such displays have two inputs, so you can connect the second input to a Roku's composite output to choose streaming radio stations on TuneIn, or check the time and weather with the free zip code-based weather station screen blanker that's available as a "private channel."
Think of it as leaving the Bridge and going down to Auxiliary Control.