I've finally had the time to take some pictures of my monkey_Man style mount for my AE700.
Sorry about the dust on the plexi- too lazy to get a rag for the pics
I made some small but functionally significant modifications to the basic monkey_Man design and parts list.
I used fully threaded M4 x 70mm bolts (screws), to allow greater range of adjustment with the top side wing nuts. With the greater range, you can fine adjust the absolute height as well as the pitch and roll of the projector. Use the pipe flange for yaw.
I also replaced the lower projector-side wing nuts with Nyloc lock nuts. Nyloc nuts have a nylon insert that helps keep the nut in its final position on the bolt. The idea is to measure the depth of the threaded insert on the AE700 with one of the M4 bolts, marking the depth with a Sharpie or other marker or White Out. Remove the bolt from the AE700 after you establish the depth, then install the bolt, spring and washer hardware to the plexi plate per the pictures and guides in this thread.
Install the Nyloc nut to the mark you made- you will need to thread the nut over the mark until flush with the mark on the projector side on the bolt, opposite the head of the bolt. This sets the spring compression. You would then use a standard Philips screwdriver to drive the M4 70mm screws into the projector screw inserts. I find that a stubby ratchet type with removable bits is great for this. You should be able to drive the M4 70mm screw into the projector without affecting the spring compression, due to the lock nut.
Be sure NOT to over-tighten the M4 70mm screws, or you could bottom out the screw in the projector and pull out or loosen the molded in metal insert on the projector, causing damage that might not be covered under warranty. Setting the engagement depth slightly less than the full amount on the M4 screw should make the Nyloc nut bottom on the projector before the screw bottoms out in the insert.
I also went a size or two larger and stiffer on the springs listed early in the thread.
I initially had a hard time finding the metric hardware, but found a good selection at Murray's Ace Hardware at the Livonia/Redford, MI border at Inkster and Plymouth Roads, and Studz Hardware on Telegraph between Michigan and Van Born in Dearborn Heights.
Here is the first pic, front right view.
Please ignore the somewhat messy cabling- I am trying out several new cables and haven't nice-ified the wiring yet. I usually have the wires neatly tucked into black loom.