Summary: It was a nice product with very reasonable price. I have been using this projector for about a month and it works great. The only problem that I has was the resolution. It does not support 1080P. As a result, when the Netflix went to all HD, I ended up not able to watch Netflix through this projector. YouTube and other stuffs works great. I love this projector.
Summary: I purchased this to use as a very large PC monitor. Of course this made it a smart TV before TVs were smart. The first one ran for about 750 hours and quite. I bought a new bulb but it was the power supply. So there I sat with a new bulb and a good used one so what was I to do but buy a used one. The second one has a much cleaner - truer display and takes much longer cooling everything down when it's turned off. It is not compatible with my Pioneer 1021K HDMI receiver.
Pros: Simple menu system. While portable it does support cieling and reverse mounting.
Cons: A bit noisie and early models didn't shut down long enough for everything to cool for long life.
Summary: This is the second one of this very same project I have purchased. The first one lasted us 3 years of constant use as our primary source of home theater and gaming entertainment. We went through 4 lamps (costing about $150 each) so even though the cost may be high for some the picture size and quality are awesome. We have a 101" screen and the picture quality is sharp, clear, bright, and very theater-like.
Summary: Personal Experience not so goog for an image from a computer... Problems You can lock source and that put you in trouble. the solution is to push few second the button "source" on your EP719r. That's all falk.