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Tony, you've raised a point that is a key for me. There is no way that a projector will look like your 60" LCD TV. And I would not want it to. If you are buying a projector, you want it to look like the picture in a well-constructed commercial movie theater. When you see a film in a professional theater, it does not have the saturation or the extreme contrast or the glare that a TV has, and that is a good thing since the picture is so big that the light would be blinding. If you want a relatively small 60" high contrast, high glare TV picture that looks great in your living room with the lights on, then stay with the TV products. Projectors are made for the replication of the professional dark room movie theater experience on very large screens.