So one of my assistants is looking to project a pattern on his house this year and for other seasons a pattern. He contacted work and got a hopefully but overpriced price for a S-4 fixture to do a gobo with - assuming he built some sort of dog house about the fixture to protect it. I recommended a 360Q or other fixture if not just shopping at the local Menards or Spencer's type store that sells cheap projectors. This dependant on beam spread and intensity after that. Also assuming the fixture is out of the weather he assures me it would be. I assume that saving like $100.00 on a second generation Leko say on-line for it would be more economic if bench focused properly over that of a S-4. There is a Rosco product that does projections without paying for a dichroic or gobo which is an add on for him also in consideration. Still though, what to do for him. Does he need a S-4 to project or will for a house a second generation fixture be fine. Assuming a normal store bought fixture is too small in beam spread, what's his options? This all assuming I or work doesn't loan him anything.