Is it correct to say that not all projectors are digital? I've heard it said that DLP projectors are digital in that they are dealing with 1s and 0s in terms of the micro mirror postions following the digital signal input while other technologies, such as LCD, and LCOS/DILA, are, in fact, analog...that the digital information is converted to analog before the light is processed through the various prisims and layers. If this is true, is "digital" light transmission faster than "analog" transmission? And if it is, how would this be manifested comparitively speaking? I have always understood CRT projectors to be analog, but it never ocurred to me that some digital projectors aren't "digital" from input to output. Is it a case of some projectors being more digital than others? Is any projector that displays pixels a "digital" projector? I would welcome the viewpoints of those more technical than I.