I've had my eye on a projector and have been looking for the last 3 months. This Optoma has been reduced from £499 to £368 and includes free delivery.
OK, it's not 1080p, but my budget wouldn't stretch that far so I'm happy to pay half the cost and go for 720p. For the money this is hard to beat.
There's an option to make this 3D (using the 3D-XL box which I think is around an additional £250). I may consider this in the future, but not for now.
Here's the tech spec:
HD Ready: Yes - 720P (1280 x 720)
ANSI Contrast: 350:1
Peak Contrast: 3500:1
Audible Noise: 29 dB - Standard mode
Brightness: 1600 Lumens
Connections: HDMI, VGA (Component\PC\SCART), S-video, Composite, 3.5 mm Audio input, 3.5 mm audio output, RS232 (via 3 pin Mini DIN)
Video Compatibility: 1080P60/50/24, 1080i60/50 720P60/50, PAL, NTSC, SECAM
Dimensions (WxDxH): 286 x 192 x 97 mm
Weight: 2.3 Kg
3D Support: 120 Hz frame sequential 3D for resolutions up to 720p, 60 Hz field sequential 3D for resolutions up to 480i
3D Viewing: Requires Optoma DLP Link active shutter glasses (sold separately)
3D Compatibility: The 3D features of the HD600X can only be used with compatible 3D content and do not support 3D TV broadcast systems, including the 3D SKY service in the UK, or 3D Bluray. Support for these applications may be added in future using additional hardware