I like my Pro Epson 1080 ub allot. I'ts still under i'ts 4 year warranty and I still have my spare bulb it came with unused but I can't help but feel I'm missing out on an even better picture that an anamorphic lens would provide but alas this projector does not have required stretch feature. I could live without anamorphic; a brighter picture isn't a big deal for me since I can put my projector on a brighter setting when watching 2.40 stuff, but I feel the increased clarity would be very nice. My 1080ub is ceiling mounted. Assuming I can get an external processor to provide the stretch feature an anamorphic lens needs, will I be able to attach a lens to my ceiling mounted 1080ub? What do I need to do when switching to 16:9 content? Can someone advise on me how to acquire an external device for stretching that is reasonably priced? Is now a good time to buy a good lens? Will there be newer projectors that come along soon that have a lens included and don't need to buy an external lens? I might wait for one of those. I could defenantly hold out with what I have for a while yet if there was something worth waiting for to be released shortly. An alternative is to sell my 1080 ub and get something else anamorphic compatible. Is there a great performer on the market right now that I could swap out for my 1080ub without taking too much of a financial loss? I don't know what I could get for my 1080ub. A $1000 maybe? I think it cost me 3k. Thanks in advance for reading!