I know what you meant. I was just playing with your words since it sounded like a line from a great movie. And, don't hate me for wanting your machine specific grey paint knowledge.
I agree that it seems that projector manufacturers could benefit from tailored screen colors, but I'm sure to them it seems like a wasted cost. Why? Because like most corporate yahoos, they are short sighted, and in general, not interested in the HT crowd. It seems their emphasis is geared toward business conference room "powerpoint" presentations (yuck, I dread all meetings at work, and why is it the biggest dorks in the corporate environ, love that sh!t). IMHO, as a projector application, HT folks are considered nothing but a peculiarity. I'm hoping that our HT work will change that. Unintentionally, everyone to which I mention this hobby gets very excited, and says to me "after your done setting it up, let me know what it would take for me to do something like that in my house!" Maybe things will change...
they used to call it, "the silver screen"
[This message has been edited by paddy (edited 11-10-2000).]