Since having recently seen Star Wars shown digitally at my local Century Theater, I have been thinking that D-Cinema is currently no better than a high-end D-ILA based home theater. I cannot see how, other than source software superiority, a commercial D-Cinema beats many of the home theaters right here on this forum. A properly calibrated D-ILA + Panamorph (or ISCO II) + Scaler (Faroudja, CI, Etc.) + soundsystem, seating, Greyhawk, etc. will clearly give D-Cinema a run for its money. Furthermore, if Star Wars Episode II ever makes its way to HD DVHS (I won't hold my breath) then I can really see the home setup winning. The D-Cinema projectors are currently SXGA (max - I have even heard of XGA) and DLP has a smaller aperature thus more visble picture structure and when we start feeding the home systems HD movies how can they really be any better. I understand that they are way ahead in lumens, but that is required for a 30' screen. In fact, I am interested to see what they measure at the screen. A D-ILA is pretty bright on a 9' screen. So am I crazy?