Sounds painful, but of only limited relevance to the larger issue at hand. You 
haven't experienced real projection hell until you've sat though a feature 
projected from a color-faded 16mm print with a malfunctioning arc-lamp 
lightsource -- which is how I first saw 'The Third Generation' (great film 

The fact your DVD source was a poor transfer, and it was shown on a 1-chip DLP 
(the color wheel creates the moires) speaks only to those specific 
technologies, not to any generalizable distinction between all film projection 
and all digital projection.

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