Im just working out the details and wondered if anyone else has tried anything like this?? Im considering going with 3 or 4 Optoma 720 1280x800 120Hz short throw projectors in portrait rear projection ($1500 each) on a purpose built curved Plexiglass screen? (2400x1280 Native Nividia/ATI surround or 3200x1280 with 4 projectors using Eyefinity or a hardware based monitor extender from Mviewtech for Nvidia which can also support 120Hz 3d!) Thats what Im considering for my next upgrade before Ivybridge-e comes out. Combined with an edge blending solution, probably Mviewtech hardware based edge blending compatible with Nvidia 3d (instead of software based so that the desktop can still be used) This will create one seamless edge to edge image in a 82" wide x 30" high arc with 4 projectors or 65" wide x 30" high arc with 3 projectors. The res given above is quite manageable by todays GPUs in SLI/Crossfire and you cant tell me that something the equivalent size of 3x24" monitors in Landscape isnt wide enough, especially when the screen is 30" high.. Imagine hmmmmmmmmmmm See calcs below. Still need to work out optimum seating distance and PPI to make sure res is high enough but not too high for the optimum seating position! Another different example below with front projection short throw projectors and a different approach to edge blending , though for me 800 vertical res isn't enough (and I think I would prefer the higher vertical res in portrait with this aspect anyway. Going with the rear projection means perfect monitor type quality image with no ambient light problems even if its not in an enclosure. The plexiglass has ambient light absorption properties to give a perfect picture even in well lit rooms or even in daylight! Projector throw distance would be right down around minimum .5 of a meter so not very deep either! Im still working on the theory and looking for examples and components but I really think the perfect bezel-less solution can be done for under $5K now with these types of parts. Or even much less with cheaper $600 projectors! Example front projection short throw http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sFTrndLQ9SA http://www.pixelwix.com/proddetail.asp?prod=PixelwarpSGL2 Plexiglas Hi-Def rear projetion screens are lightweight, durable, and offer exceptional performance. The diffusion technology enables the use of short throw and off-axis projection while providing optimal contrast. Hi-Def can also be used outdoors. Largest Sheet size is 81" x 144". http://www.spyeglass.com/Plexiglas.html PS3 120" example of rear projection. http://youtu.be/Z2896D5G3Sw?t=6m40s Anyone got any input, ideas or experience with this sort of thing?