Summary: I am sure people might wonder if everyone else is giving this projector 5 stars why am I giving it one. It is all due to the wireless transmitter. Th main difference between the 3020 and the 3020e is the wireless feature however it doesn't work. I read in other reviews that at times this could happen but I took my chances and regret it now.
Summary: Epson is having serious problems with their bulbs. Mine went out after 6 months, maybe 50 hours. They don't have any in stock and do not know when they will have any. Obviously a projector company should not run out of replacement bulbs unless their having to replace the majority of bulbs or they are looking for a different type bulb to use.
Summary: Epson is having some real problems with bulbs. Do a search for 'epson bulb issues'. Even articles praising the bulb have numerous comments saying otherwise. I'm only getting 700 hours on my bulbs and sick and tired of the cost. I'm switching to a different brand.
Summary: I was all excited to set our projector up for a debut movie night. To bad the wireless connection works only 1 percent of the time. I have the wireless transmitter 10 feet from the projector with no objects in the way. Your odds of getting the wireless connection to connect are about as good as winning the lottery. Save yourself 500 dollars and just go with the 3020. Our projector will be returned tomorrow as the headache is not worth it.
Pros: If you can get it to work the picture is good.
Cons: The wireless feature is a very expensive paper weight