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OK, here is the deal. I am *NOT* a big TV geek. I am not going to spend $40k building a home theater. I watch an average of 3 - 4 hours a week and 2 DVDs a week.

I have a room in the basement I can make into my tv room. I want to see a big picture and I am not picky about the image being perfect. I can handle screendoor effect and other minor issues. I just want a 60"+ screen to look at.

What is the least expensive way to get a progressive DVD image projected to a nice size screen? Should I even consider front projection?

Thanks for your input.
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I have tasted front pj. I will never go back to anything less. As far as PJ is concern AE100 seems to be the least money for a great image IMHO. DIY mount and screen can be done for less than 30 dollars.
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The AE100 is what everyone is raving about currently...

Davis units are dirt cheap (one was posted recently at 600 USD) and have a great image when paired with a HTPC or scaler...

LT150 is also popular but getting priceyer than the 1k - 1.5k mark...
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