If you have money burning a hole in your pocket, and you’d like to jazz up your family reunions and genealogy presentations, PC Magazine has a review of some of the latest portable projectors, the Canon Realis SX50, the Sony VPL-CX20A, and the ViewSonic PJ256D. The ViewSonic is the cheapest, running around $1300 and on up. This is not for those on a budget, but if you could see using these elsewhere, not just a few times a year, they might very well be worth it. They are made for computers or standalone media components (DVD/VHS, etc.), but there are PDA cables/extentions available that would allow you to hook your PDA upto one (I know, for instance, that Dell makes a cable for their Axim PDA series).