Epson Powerlite S5 Menus
Epson has pretty much been using the same Menu layout for 5 years or so. I believe that translates into something like "if it ain't broke, don' fix it." Overall, I have found Epson's layout to be logical, and easy to read and understand.
The first main menu, is the Image menu, and, as the name implies, controls most things that relate to image quality. First is the Color mode (there's an image immediately below, showing the numerous color modes), followed by the usual suspects - Brightness, Contrast, Color Saturation, Tint (certain types of sources only), Sharpness Color Temperature and finally Color Adjustment (individual colors).
As it turns out, Game, I believe is the brightest mode, with Presentation being not quite as bright, but better color balance, And there's Sports mode, another bright mode, but way heavy on green, to cut through more ambient light. The sRGB mode is designed for color matching a system that's been around for quite some time, but rarely used. The idea of sRGB has been that if all displays are color matched, then if you look at the color of a fabric on your laptop's display, or a projector, it would look exactly the same as the original fabric. This makes sRGB perfect for online shopping where color accuracy is important.
The next major menu is the Signal menu, not shown here. This menu is pretty basic, which lets you set aspect ratio, and adjust the image if it doesn't correctly lock in on a computer input.
The Settings menu is next. It offers control of keystone correction, and the digital zoom.
There is a security feature, and the Brightness (lamp hi or low) control, and the volume control. All very straightforward.
The next three rows consist of Menu in the top left, and Esc (top right) with the four arrow keys and an Enter/Auto button in the center of the arrow keys. The left and right arrow keys function as volume up and down, when you aren't in the menu system.
To the left of the down arrow key is the Color Mode button, and the Aspect ratio button is opposite it, on the right.
The bottom two rows have on the left, Page Up and Down for interacting with a computer, and programs like Powerpoint (assuming you are running the USB cable between computer and projector). The E-zoom - the digital zoom feature + and - are in the center, and a Freeze image button, and A/V Mute are on the right side.
That about covers it, except to say that there is a numeric pad (you can see the small white numbers in black boxes around the keys) integrated into the center keys to be used with the security system, for passwords.