I know that those of us who use projection TV at home are a tiny niche (tiny but happy!). For those who are interested, this guy puts out the best projector reviews I have seen. I am a big fan of the Epson line and yet again, the Epson (this time the 5010) wins in the mid-price range. I have the previous version, and it is the ideal projector for someone like me stuck with a bad room, meaning a non-dedicated home theater where in the daytime there is a lot of ambient light. Very bright for daytime sports, great blacks and color in movie mode when the room is dark.
I have not tried the new wireless HDMI built into the "e" models of these new Epsons, but it should be a huge boon for projector fans. Running signal wire to ceiling mounted projectors has always been a pain, especially as the standard has shifted about three times since I first wired my house (composite to S-Video to component to HDMI). But HDMI is particularly hard, since the HDMI standard was never really spec'd for long runs of wire. It is very dicey getting a reliable high-frequency signal (ie that needed for 1080p 3D) through HDMI cables that may be more than 25 feet long.