Summary: The image quality - esp the color - is quite good. I'm pretty picky about this, and found I had very few adjustments to make right out of the box. The size and portability are a plus. I'd seen this brand recommended on a reliable 16mm film collectors' forum.
Summary: I picked up a factory refurbished Pro350W late last month with the plans of using it for some impromptu rooftop screenings at night, along with some bigger screen gaming (than my 46" Samsung LED backlit LCD).
Summary: This is my first video projector and it has met my expectations. I am using it for a home theater and have only connected it to a computer for testing. I have it set up across the room to project a 10-foot wide image on a wall painted with regular white paint.
Summary: I bought this projector to replace a 480p Viewsonic and it has been working really well. HD feed and other media are sharp and crisp even with a 15foot screen. The projector has enough lumens to display in a shaded room and it is a welcome addition in my media room.
Summary: I have this projector in a bright living room adjacent to our sunroom which lets in tons of sunlight. I can still run this projector and get a very nice picture in the middle of the day. It has the expected DLP "pop" to it and is surprisingly sharp for a 720p model.
Summary: This is a fantastic projector for Home Theatre use. Contrast is great and picture is nice and crisp. Specs wise, it is the same as the HD66. Its small, and comes with a carrying case. Has a great array of input options including HDMI.