- This kit has everything you need to get started for under $200: an LED projector, SD Card, tripod, and projection material along with a handful of projections to get you started.
- The projector is very lightweight, small, black (most projectors have white casings), and has an onboard player (you won't need a DVD player or other source although it does allow you to hook up several configurations). This is rare in projectors.
- It includes a teeny tripod, but you can use any camera tripod so you can get a perfect height for your use. It can be mounted horizontally or vertically and possibly upside-down (but I couldn't figure out the projection settings).
- It's meant to display a projection onto a window no bigger than 4' x 6' and the projection material is fantastic.
- Downloading new projections from the website is super easy and can be copied onto the included SD Card.
- The LED projector is very dim. At 1500 lumens it's less than the 1800 lumens they recommend as a minimum for projecting their videos! This is why the kit is relatively cheap. Plan to display it in a very dark room. The unexpected upshot is that it has a very dark blacks.
- The player interface is confusing to set up with essential features like automatic repeat only existing on the remote (don't ever loose it!).
- The image from the projector is not HD so you won't get a super crisp image or many layers of colors.
- The LED bulb does not get very hot compared to halogen bulbs of more professional projectors, but it's also not replaceable.
- Overall quality does not seem like you could get more than 1 or 2 seasons from the unit.
- The unit is rated only for indoor use and not weather resistant in any way.
- There are no detailed user instructions with the unit, the website provides little direction, and customer service does not return emails.