quote:Originally posted by Viper:
I cannot stand the place. I went there one time after it opened, assuming it was going to be digital, since they had just built the place, and what do I get, a grainy projection picture. Sorry but I would rather spend my .99 cents and watch it at home in high definition.
What are you talking about? DLP is a digital projection and DVD isn't high definition anyways. To be precise, the DLP they use is 2k which is slightly better than a 1080p set you may have at home and what you'll get if you actually had a Blu-Ray player and played a BR disc.