Tinker, there’s a good overview of the 3020 at http://www.projectorcentral.com/epson_3020e_home_video_proje...Projection TVs can be pricy and the upper end prices are for small increments: the 3020 has a good light throw and a good lumens level for the price. If the older projector can’t be fixed with a new lamp I’d go with the 3020.One point about projection TVs is lamp life. The 3020 is about 5,000 hours and that’s up there with other technologies such as direct LCD and plasma. So you’re not putting your dollars into something short lived. As an investment in family home enjoyment the cost is not high. Good bang for the buck.MichaelR
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