No problem, the importance of frame rate is not relevant on the surface, but with 3-D coming down the Blu Ray pike for 2010 having 144 refresh rate affords triple flash, the smoothest panning potential for 3-D.
In addition I expect to see powerful video processing for 24 fps based motion compensated frame interpolation to be available DUE TO AN INCREASE IN THE NUMBER OF 120-144hz displays.
I will ask my buddies when they are doing a new post house setup if I can get you in and PM you. IN THE MEANTIME HERE IS A LIST OF BARCO FACILITIES: Post Logic, Hollywood DI, IVC, Company 3, DreamWorks, the post production operations of Warner Bros., Efilm, Deluxe Labs, DR Group, Hydraulx, Matchframe/Wildfire, Cinema Pixel, Stealing Time, PostWorks, Autodesk’s Canada facility, Imagi, HTV, IO Film, Chapman, NT Audio, Digital Jungle, Encore Video, Kerner Optical and Pace.
My crt comment applied only to PJ's. In the past I have used CRT's (PJ's and monitors), Sony created the BVM series in response to the Asaca Shibasoku' s very successful 20" (2010? had one of those for awhile). Barco 9 inch crt's(the very first hd units that came to the usa) I set up with Torus screens, also pioneered Torus screens and to this date believe there is no match for them when positioned correctly the optical coupling effect is highly comfortable and organic, more so than any other form, ANOTHER ADVANTAGE TO THE BARCO which is ideal for Torus screens due to it's flexible masking system, and focusing depth of field. That would not be possible with a Titan or a Sim5000.
It is important to note that even though I was involved with one G-90 with a 2.8 Torus system upgrade in 2000 I went on a 4 year projection systems sabbatical shortly after the arrival of 3 chip dlp in 1999 (my PlasmaTvGuru.com years with the Fujitsu only store - a very short lived attempt ).
Having experimented with an early sony VPH-1800 svga 3 chip dlp in 1999 I fell in love with the higher MTF, the color and brightness, whilst simultaneously seeing insufficient pixel count. Rather than doing what everyone else did (g-90' installations) I decided i would wait until such time as TI would perfect the technology; not until SHOWEAST 2004 was I able to find a suitable projector in the NEC iss-8? line.
At that time all we could hope to get out of a DCI unit was 1800 on/off. That is when Odyssey first commissioned Barco to mod a DP-100 for contrast enhancement. He has been my mentor in the process of maximizing these .98 chip Barco's for HT use and is the best equipped enthusiast when it comes to instrumentation for calibration. He truly is the one member in this forum that has earned my unqualified respect, but enough about Odyssey, this is about the DP1200