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    I've been wondering this too, since I have a 110" projector screen and small details like Leon's pistol in RE4 look pixelated. Basically any slanted lines. I'm planning on getting a Composite Cable to fix the problem.

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    I have a 90" diagonal (2.3m) wide screen and it works well enough for me at 8-10 feet. The remote isn't 1:1 accurate or anything but you get used to how it feels after a bit. It's fun to play strikers on a screen that big but for me racing games is where it's at on a screen that big. I hope that with the Wii being as popular as it is that someone will make a nice racing sim for it.

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    You are limited to 8-10" from the screen when using onscreen pointer due to the design of the sensor bar. See my thread for the solution. I am using a projector to play Wii with my DIY sensor boxes.

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