Summary: My wife and I needed a Projector immediately because of our need to give presentations for our business and this particular InFocus Projector was terrible! The problem was that all of the presentations we had to display for our audience had this "reddish" tent and when I went into the menu settings the "color" setting menu option was deactivated meaning I didn't have the ability to change how the presentations were displayed.
Summary: New projectors are very expensive, but a used projector just a few years old has many of the same features and is much cheaper. My LP350 is 4 years old. It works fine with my computer, DVD player and VCR. It has a nasty habit of misaligning the screen, but choosing Reset All from the menu seems to cure that. It takes about half a minute to warm up and has no cool-down time (you just turn it off when you're done).
Summary: Personal Experience The LP350 that I have is a remanufactured projector. The image is great except for the fact the you have to use the dvi input to get true high definition (component would have been nice.) I use the s-video input for all my movies and most cable channels but use the dvi for my hd cable. I recommend this projector if you can get a good one but see below. Problems The bulb blew 2 months after recieving it - infocus replaced it under warranty.
Summary: Personal Experience Overall fantastic projector. I am not a video expert, I just wanted to do a simple home theatre to watch DVDs! Easy to see - day or night. Great picture...right now I'm just throwing the video up against sheetrock, and it still looks good! Very portable. Took it to Lake Tahoe and ran a DVD from my laptop against a wall in the cabin, looked great! Presentations from a PC look good too. Problems 2 Blown bulbs in 3 years.