Hello good folk, I've been thinking about getting a bigger tv for a while (32" -> 52") but recently stumbled across the idea of a projector instead. Some of the threads on here have lead to that. Unfortunately I know a bit about televisions and even less about projectors, so I've got a few questions if a few of you wouldn't mind helping me out. My room is 3.8m x 3m - I will be projecting across the longest part of that and was thinking a 92" screen would be reasonable? The projector and chair would be at two opposite ends of the room (each side of 3.8m) and the projector would have to 'throw' around 3.2m (room length minus depth of projector and amount screen will sit out from the wall). As the projector screen (motorised) would be installed infront of a wall where there is a door, I'll have to install into the ceiling. Am I right in thinking that the screen mount screws into the ceiling beams of the house? I'll not be installing it myself (It would be hanging off and on fire if I attempted it) but I could only really find info on mounting the projector itself, which I won't be attempting. I'm seeing lots of projector screens at variable prices. I'm unsure of what the 'going rate' is for a good projector screen. From what I've been reading a good screen is important so obviously I don't want to get this one wrong, but at the same time I don't want to pay more than I should just because it has some extra marketing rubbish. Anything in particular to look out for? Going from a TV with at least 3 HDMIs into a projector with 2 or even 1 is never easy. But I gather an AV Receiver (never used one before) can input the likes of several HDMI connections (and others) and it outputs via one HDMI (video) which can go straight into the projector. The AV Receiver then acts as the 'video switcher' as well as the audio output (surround) for what the projector is displaying via its one HDMI input? I'll likely keep my normal 32" television for everything other than movies and games (PS3) so I don't run up too much unappreciated screen time on the bulb. I think that's everything for now - would appreciate any answers to those questions. Some are probably very fundamental but they're the ones that tend to get lost on the heavy tech sites.