Okay, I'm a definite newbie to projectors and to this site (as this is my first post), but I've been checking this site for a couple weeks now, and I've been hearing a lot about the HS2/10, AE200/300, and the Z1. I'm interested in using an HTPC to play DVDs, MP3s, and handle scaling and deinterlacing of analog video material, and I was wondering why one of these so-called "home theatre" projectors are always mentioned, but never projectors that are meant for conference rooms that have regular SVGA and XGA resolutions? I mean, the way I see it, a computer will do the scaling of material better than any technology built into the projector (not to mention that the algorithms can change/improce on a PC and not a PJ), and I hear that you'll get better quality for DVDs from an HTPC than you will on most progressive scan DVDs players. So ... maybe I'm missing something here, but wouldn't a non home-theatre projector be best for me? I guess the one downfall is that I wouldn't be able to play HD content from a video game system on this PJ, but I'm sure some piece of HW will come out (if there isn't soemthing already) for the PC that'll take in component video and allow it to be displayed at whatever the native computer resolution is. Thanks in advance for any replies to this post.