The video capabilities were also pretty impressive. Not surprised that the video would be as good as it was since DLP's can definitely put out a great video image, but the IN3916's ability to handle dark scenes and still show a fair amount of detail would make the IN3916 a good choice in classrooms and boardrooms where video presentations are just as frequent as PowerPoint presentations.
The menus and setup, although very in-depth, do not leave the user overwhelmed. InFocus seems to have done a nice job naming menu functions in such a way that the user won't get confused about what does what. The backlit control panel on the projector is also a nice touch since it can sometimes be difficult to see exactly which button you are about to hit when you are presenting. They really have thought of it all. As mentioned earlier in this review, positioning of the projector is going to be important. Ultra short throw projectors really do need to be mounted correctly to achieve the most optimal image. However, it mounted correctly the ultra show throw is absolutely great for those that want to interact with the screen since you won't cast much a shadow over your presentation.
One final note would be sound. With the 2 x 10 watt speakers you more than likely will not need a PA system. Just plug the laptop or DVD player directlty into the projector for very adequate sound that should fill a nice size classroom or small auditorium