We presently show our images in our bi-weekly meetings on a rather small LCD TV that is available to us. Most of our members however are closing in on the octogenarian category and the TV is just too small. Our room is relatively small (maybe 40' x 35') and our membership ranges from 15 - 25 members. We are also tied into a local community centre who loaned us a projector to use for our most recent meeting. We compared images shown on the TV to those from the projector (not sure which model of BenQ it was but it was a few years old) Comments: Most members preferred the LCD quality of the TV but all preferred the increase in size of the projector image. The screen we showed it on was not that large and we would like to show it on a larger screen if we go that route. Moving forward: The community centre has said that they would purchase a projector for us and a screen (not sure of the budget yet as I am to go back with numbers). My task is to research several options that would provide us with a clear, colour true image viewed from 10' to 30' away on a screen somewhere between 8' and 12' in width. So far I've looked at LCD, DLP and LCOS options, the latter being the best but probably out of reach budget-wise. Question: What do members of this group use... and/or recommend?