I bought this to have an outdoor movie night with my wife, her parents and two of our nieces while camping in the back yard.Pros: Affordable. The nearest place that I could get one of these locally was via a rental store and they wanted 85.00 per night. Thanks, but no thanks. A big name brick and mortar store wanted 150.00 - 225.00 for a comparable model. Being on a budget this was a no brainer decision.Quality: I was pleasantly surprised with the quality of the picture. Once you get it adjusted right the focus is pretty sharp in the center of the image.Ease of use is also a nice perk. There really isn't much to it at all. Plug, focus and play.Cons: Maybe I got a not so top notch one of the bunch, but it's impossible to focus the center, top and bottom of the image. I paused a video with an image in the picture and writing and the top and the bottom and either the bottom had blur to it, if the bottom didn't, the top did and if neither did the center of the screen seemed to suffer. You'll probably lose your mind trying to dial it in just right so just remember, you paid $40.00 for this, not $750.00.Summary: I don't regret the purchase at all. We wound up staying up late a second night to watch another movie. My wife and I also continue to use it in our bedroom because what's cooler than having your entire wall be a tv?Tip: it's a no brainer, use a bright white flat surface as your background and wait until you have the darkest conditions possible. This isn't the highest lumen projector you can get so it really depends on your full set up.If using outdoors, be prepared to go hunting for something to level the projector out due to uneven ground. We wound up propping a table up on bricks on the back side and using the DVD box as a prop on the right side of the table to prop the projector up due to a sideways and on the ground image.