For the price, I thought this was pretty dang decent ($581 at ITSky was the next best price I could find). It won't be a home theatre worthy, and lack of HDMI may turn some off straight away, but if you need one for work or something to throw the footy up on to the garage door, it'd do the trick. 405 available as of posting (though paranoia tells me 'typo').
2400 Max ANSI Lumens
2000:1 Contrast Ratio
S-Video, Composite video and VGA inputs
Native SVGA resolution, compatible up to SXGA+(1400x1050)
Replacement lamps cost $306-$350 looking in Static Ice
From VideoPro site:
**Note: Stock from Clearance Specials are either ex-display, ex-demonstration models or products which have been previously been removed from their packaging. As products have previously been handled, they may have small marks and scratches present, however, all products are thoroughly checked and tested prior to repackaging to ensure they are in full working order. Full manufacturer’s warranty is still available on all items.