I personally would lay that room out differently. With two rows you only have two good seats and two lousy seats. Put the screen opposite the bar and place four seats side by side and hang the projector over the bar so no one hits their head on it. UST will cost considerably more for the same performance as a standard throw projector. Another note with standard throw is power lens memory unavailable with UST would be a good option for a 2:35 screen as you are height limited. UST with an ALR screen that can't be AT is good in a more lighted environment.
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