I knew coming in that this projector was basically starter pack tier and wanted to buy it anyway thank to its low price point (Lightning sale) I'll get to what I found most worrying about in the moment, but as for the basics of what you need to know.1. It's not going to look great in a lit room2. It might say it ""Supports 1080p"", but that only goes as far as it accepting an HD signal. It's ""Physical"" resolution is 800 x 480, which is basically standard def. You're not gonna find many projectors at a price this low that are actually outputting an HD projection.What ultimately irked me about this projector was I got it under the assumption that I would stick to playing retro games on it, which would suit its resolution well. Funny enough if you're using AV cables, it's going to look blurrier than if you were connecting to CRT. HD images coming from the HDMI look better, but not by much. It's not even good for getting a crisp picture out of a source its native resolution let alone HD sources.I know it's hard, but do your research before buying a projector and get one that's actually projects in HD, even if you don't think you'll need it.