lighting

Hmm, well the 150 watt is the only one to even look at power wise. Depends on how big a screen you want if it'll work. The bigger the screen the bigger the bulb needed to iluminate it. Plus you need to check to see if those have the UV filter! They are HQI-MH bulbs. Not all of those have the filter like reg. MH bulbs do. So you could be exposed to dangerous UV rays getting a tan/cancer while watching a movie is no good. The front glass panel of fixture should be a uv filter if not. So running it out of the fixture would be a bad idea if its the only filter there. HQI have a smaller arc gap and higher lumens output then normal MH, thats the advantage. E-mail them first to find out about the UV filter.;)