Summary: I love this projector since I bought it years ago(probably around 2004); I looked around a long time to find the best value for my money and settled on this projector which has not let me down. I have not used it regularly, loaned it to friends a couple times for events or while I was traveling. I also bought the aftermarket ceiling mount which I think is a good idea since the included stand is plastic. Lightweight and does what I ask.
Summary: I bought this unit 7 years ago and its still kicking. I use this as an everyday monitor for TV, netflix, DVD, video games, and anything else. This is my first Projector but not the only one I ever owned. The picture is clear and bright. Everyone that comes over is amazed at how good the picture looks even in a well lit room.
Summary: I have had mine for over 5 years, 3800 hours on the lamp and it finally went out. The lamps are pricey but the projector is worth it. Mine has spent 28 months in Iraq being bounced around and moved from location to location without a problem. The HDMI input was the deciding factor for me, as the next cheapest one at the time was more than double the IN72's price. I would highly reccomend it to everyone. might get a second one myself.
Summary: This projector is really easy to use, and provide a decent picture without the cost. Is HDMI ready. the image is sharp and brigntess is very reasonable. I'm building my home theater and has already paid of in an increase in the apraised value of the home.
Summary: I bought this 5 years ago, and after 3 relocations around the country, this projector is holding up well as it did on day 1. I normally don't review things on amazon, but this is one of the few products that I have had success with for so many years. The projector has HDMI and component, and even though it technically isn't displaying in full HD, the difference between an SD source and an HD source on this projector is huge.
Summary: Worked good for about 4 months, then it started to display white vertical lines. lamp hours were low around 80. Cant find anybody to fix it and sending to infocus is too costly. Now stuck with a 600.00 piece of plastic junk. TV repair man told me that Infocus does not sell replacement parts and that there are no aftermarket parts available, so only choice is to send it back to them at a cost of 475.00, NO THANKS ILL TAKE MY LOSSES, but will never buy Infocus again.