[QUOTE=Seegs108;32343289]You honestly shouldn't be surprised by this. Did you do your due diligence before you purchased the projector/]
I did my due diligence on the projector and the lack of content, but not on the hardware to pass a 4K signal. I knew there was very little content available. I didn't check the availability of a switcher or a streaming device, but didn't think too much about it because I wasn't hot to trot 4K at the time. I knew it would be a while before I started pursuing being able to project 4K. I spent the extra bucks on the 4K projector so that when 4K WAS available, I could take advantage of it.
Recently, I needed a new switcher and found they were available, but not as readily as I thought some 5 months after my purchase. That's when it dawned on me, DUH, if I get a 4K switcher, how am I going to get the 4K stream from Amazon or Netflix to the switch-box?
As the poster above said, I do enjoy the picture the 600es projector puts out and don't really miss not having 4K right now. Hell, my last projector cost me $15K ten years ago, and I loved it even though it was 720P . I never even bought a blu ray for it since a regular DVD looked better than than the local theater anyway. I got ten years of great use out of my Infocus 777 before it died so I got my money's worth. Going from 720P to even just up-scaled 4K, however, was glorious, and I finally got a Blu-Ray player.
Thanks to all here for your input and your knowledge base I've used over the years.