Tireguy: I'm not familiar with that projector, but since it's a Sharp I'm going to guess it's an LCD with a built in "doubler". I put "doubler" in quotes because it's really a misnomer. Most doublers just convert the interlaced scan to progressive scan. This increases the brightness and sharpness. If you had a CRT projector I would say you definitely need one of these unless your only source is a DVD with progressive scan--then it really isn't doing much for you. The other device of interest is a scaler. It converts the incoming signal to progressive, but not necessarily at 2x the fequency of the interlaced mode. Rather it converts it to a standard progressive output, for example 800 x 600 pixels. The more expensive scalers are capable of very high resolution and very high rise times which give the impression that the resolution is even sharper than it is. Faroudja has done an outstanding job with this--and the price they command for their equipment is somewhat of a testimony to that. Well, I may have given you more info than you wanted, but depending on the projector (if it is in fact LCD based with a fixed resolution and built in scaler) an external doubler is not likely to buy you much. If I'm wrong on the projector type and it's CRT based, then a doubler could make a sizeable improvement.