PriestBeast writes, "First and foremost, go for a DLP projector. They offer superior image quality in terms of both picture quality and contrast ratio. You will pay for it up front though, with most DLP projectors costing a lot more than their counterparts. This arises from the fact that DLP chips contain up to 2 million micromirrors that are less than 1/5th the width of a human hair in size, and all individually hinged. Images are built by passing light through a color wheel and then on to these mirrors which can be hinged to an on or off position. With this ability, DLP projectors can create around 16.7 million different colors, and thats just for a home or office projector. Cinema DLP projectors can create far more than that..."