Good idea actually. I think LCD front projectors will penetrate the world market big time over the next few years. Its only a matter of time, so why not speed it up. Out of sight, out of mind. You jar their brains enough and they'll come to their senses and start demanding this stuff from their suppliers. About one and a 1/2 years ago when I was shopping for the audio components for my home theatre I saw a breath taking front projection system at BRACK electronics, where I made the mistake of asking to hear a Mirage BPS-400 (which I later bought elsewhere for $600.00 CDN less, sorry Brack!). I was watching that football movie with Keanu Reeves. The room wasn't light controlled but the picture had NO artifacts, no pixels, no screen door, nothing. I think it might have been a CRT, LCOS or high end DLP but whatever it was, I was stunned and just stared at it mesmerized. I thought, I can't afford this today, but someday I bet I will be able to buy something comparable. At the store where I did buy the rest of my audio components I saw a Sony Cineza or something and I asked how much it was. I think they told me $12,000.00 CDN and my jaw just dropped. I had no idea that in less than one year I'd see an AE100 perform better than the $12K Sony and be told the person paid $2400.00 CDN for it! But one year later I'm shopping for an LCD PJ for less than the cost of a $4000.00 RPTV. So you AE100/200/300 and other LCD PJ owners, the next time you are in a store and you sense the salepeople's un-awareness of LCD front projectors, trick into going over to your house and show them your AE100 setups. Buy something small and ask that they come over to help install it. Or maybe if you invite them over they'll actually just accept. You make enough salepeople face the music of cheap 100" front projection and they'll go back to their stores pissed off that they can't sell the same stuff. Also, just ask for the stuff when in the store, say "Do you have the $2000.00 LCD front projectors?". That'll stimulate some retail demand!