Hi, I have some questions about the color wheel on DLP projectors that I would be thrilled to hear your comments and ideas on. DLP projectors use a color wheel to produce color. The Digital Mirror Device produces only white light so the projector first projects red, then green and then blue light and then typically white light and maybe one or two more colors. Most modern DLP uses 4 to 6 color segments. This means that the projector transforms the Red-Green-Blue signal from the computer to an "Red-Green-Blue-White-More colors" signal. I would like to buy a projector with either a known transformation or just a RGB color wheel. 1. Does anyone know of any projector that has a known transformation. Most manufacturers seems to view this as secret information but maybe you know of a projector that has this information availible for the public. 2. Does anyone know of a new projector with only RGB-segments in the color wheel? I have heard that there are projectors that uses 6 segments that are RGBRGB but I have not been able to find any proof of the existance of such a projector. Maybe you wonder why I need this type of a projector? The reason is that I am currently doing a research project in which this kind of odd demand has come up.