Thanks for putting the image offset right at the top as one of the cons. It's the first specification that I check on projectors. Since I have a motorized screen which only gives me 12" of drop, it completely blows my mind that these IDIOTS continue to design DLP projectors that have no lens shift and anything more than just a few inches of offset.
My old AE300 projector from Panny, with no lens shift, sits about 5" above the top of my screen and works great.
Why is this so hard for the DLP models to achieve?