If the Sony VPL-HW65ES fits nicely into your budget, you are due for a real treat. Overall, as I have said earlier, it's my favorite, so far, in the price range. It's the brightest projector calibrated, so the one best capable of large screens while having a great image, and it offers overall picture quality at its price that can't be beat.
The 3 year warranty is about as long as you can find and better than most (but not all) of the competition.
Speaking of the competition...
I will repeat some of my recommendations from last year...Compared to the Epson Home Cinema 5030UB (one of my all time favorites), this Sony I believe provides a roughly comparable value but for more money. It is over $1000 more but you do get most of that back in terms of more calibrated lumens (but less bright ones). If your budget is tight, I generally recommend that the Epson will make more sense, but if the HW65ES is within your reach, I say go for it. That's how I see it - if price is not a factor, I would pick the Sony over the 5030UB myself.
We haven't reviewed the new JVCs yet, which do cost a bit more. That JVC will have the advantage in terms of black levels, but based on my review of last year's similar RS4910, the Sony wins at most everything else. The one exception is that the new JVC while still 1080p, can accept 4K content. That could influence your decision, but in general, I think if you really want 4K, you should hold out longer as I am, until some true 4K projectors come down to under $5000 ($9999 list is the least expensive at the moment!)