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Christian,

I would look over at Projector Central. You can browse through their lists on the upper left side of the page - Home Theater Projectors, PICO, Pocket, Portable, etc. Take a look at the higher rated ones and then open them in the calculator. There's usually a link to the calculator on each products page. You'll want to look for something that won't be overly bright at 60" and the placement you require. This will not be an easy task as a 60" image isn't usual for projection.

Good luck and let us know how it turns out. :T
 

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Thanks for the pointers, Mechman.

I spent a couple hours last night browsing through the calculator. Should I be looking for a projector that is in the calculator's "green zone" for my screen size? Most of them are over in the "red zone" and it's not clear from the documentation what that indicates. My guess is that the red zone is higher fL and might be tiring to watch without some additional ambient light.
Green closer to red or red closer to green would be fine. You just don't want it so bright that it causes eye fatigue.
 
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