Summary: Bought this projector some months ago from Amazon and has worked very good. I am a college professor and have been using it about once or twice a week in my classroom, most of the time even with daylight coming thru the windows and do not have any complaint.
Summary: I at first connected my cable box to the EX5210 projector via the S-video connection and was a little concerned since the projected picture was not quite as good as from the same S-video connection on my 6 year old ViewSonic LCD projector.
Summary: I bought the Epson on the advice of several local office supply and electronics discount sellers because they all extolled the superior quality and longevity of the light source of this moderately priced machine.
Summary: My husband spent months trying to convince me that we needed a home theatre in our basement. I spent months trying to convince him that in order to get theatre quality, we would need to spend thousands. I WAS WRONG!!
Summary: I put this projector up in a classroom for a medium sized Smart board, but it couldn't zoom in enough and the picture was bigger than the Smart board. Luckily we found in the menus you can shrink the image size. The menu system is a bit clumsy but it did work.
Pros: Cheap, bright
Cons: It has poor upscaling and downscaling of non-native resolutions so they look terrible.
Summary: I love this projector. It was purchased to show computerized scoring for a team competition. It shows perfectly in a fully lit room, transports easily and adjusts to lots of angles. Highly recommend.
Summary: The excellent: horizontal keystone control, all the way down to the ability to pick one corner at a time and adjust it independently of all other corners on the image. This feature allows you to put the projector pretty much anywhere you want and still get a rectangular image.
Pros: Reasonable price and good quality. Picture is fantastic have it setup in the living room facing a wall the picture is roughly 10' wide by 8' tall and looks fantastic. Really drawn to this projector for the price of the unit itself as well as the price of replacement lamps. $150 is much more reaso...
Cons: Horrible smell of burning dust on start up but thats to be expected.... Not much otherwise.
Summary: I purchased this projector to replace my Toshiba t-45 (DLP), I picked this because a friend of mine had the 5200 model and was very happy, after signing up for the "free $50" for applying for the Amazon Gift card, this projector and a few long HDMI cords came out to around $450.