Runco put on its usual slam-bang home theater demonstration, using its VX-2i 3-chip DLP projector configured for the company's automated CineWide (with Autoscope) feature. Together with an anamorphic lens, the latter processes film-based material originating with an aspect ratio of approximately 2.35:1 to have the same height as the more common 1.78:1 aspect ratio, but expanded out to fit a wider screen (rather than simply appearing as a letterbox inside a 1.78:1 frame). Each time I see this process demonstrated it looks better, and it looked terrific this time on a 115-inch wide, 1.3-gain Da-Lite screen. All but one of the demo pieces was from DVD, not high definition. The audio gear was all from Krell.