I am re-examing a problem that I never got fixed and need help. I have a rather large projector (Sharp XG-V10XU LCD PROJECTOR). it is currently center focused and hung about 50' away (above the audience on our lighting beam) from our backwall which serves as cyc. I would like to move it all the way house right or house left and focus it on the same place. Where it is currently just is not feasible for having an actor, speaker, or singer on stage while it is on. The obvious issue this raises is that the Image will become distorted as it hits the wall at about a 30 degree angle. I do not have the keystoning ability to correct this....which stinks. For some reason, Sharp decided that anyone using this particular projector would only want to adjust it vertically, but not horrizontally. When last I posted on this, which was a year or two ago...someone said that... "could also look at something like the Silicon Optix Image Anyplace http://www.flexiblepicturesystems.com/products/imageanyplace.html . This lets you manipulate the signal to correct for geometric issues in the display." Would this act sort of like a keystone, or is this product simply going to fix the blurr that might occur when throwing an image at an angle? Perhaps you know of a product that might fix this issue. It is a great projector other than needing to have this keystone correction and needing a dampener for theatre purposes. note: there is no other easy solution outside of keystone correction or simulating a keystone correction.