My wife and I are currently building our dream home. We have no experience with projector TVs. We have a large basement room in the basement (18' x 36') with a screen planned at one end and windows at the other (East facing). The ceilings are just shy of 9 feet. We are working with 2 different AV contractors that have similar bids, but when it comes to the projector and screen, they seem to have different equipment. We have a large storage area behind the screen wall, so both contractors have suggested a rear projector. This fits in more with our viewing habits. We usually watch in dim light unless we have quests, and then the ambient light is brighter. The rear projector will negate the ambient light issue. 1st contractor: Epson PowerLite Pro Cinema 6020UB Vutec 92" Fixed Rear Projection Screen 2nd contractor: DPI Cine 260-HB w/1.85-2.40 lens DA-LITE 119" Da-Plex In-Wall Rear Projection Screen (DA-100 coating) We won't have a true theater room that is lights off movie only. It is more of a multi-purpose entertaining room that has the ability to become a movie room. From what I have read, it appears that the DPI projector is of higher quality. It appears that the bulb life 2000 hrs (1/2 of the Epson) and around twice the cost. Is the 2nd contractor option that much better? I know that I am opening myself up here, but hopefully, I can have some professional/semi-pro 3rd party advice. Thank you.