First off, thanks for the great thread and all the info on 3D.
I have a 700 SF dedicated home theater with a 10 ft ceiling, two level seating, light controlled and acoustically balanced environment, etc, etc.
I primarily watch 2D movies, but love 3D when I can get good source material, but obviously the quality of the 3D picture is marginal at best with my 1st generation 3D JVC projector and Firehawk screen (even though most first time viewers think the 3D picture is awesome. but you and I know different).
So, having paged through this thread I have a couple questions you may be able to help me with.
Current equipment is as follows:
JVC DLA RS-60 projector (ceiling mounted just below the top of the screen frame, with 14 foot throw)
Stewart Firehawk screen (132 diagonal with Stewart frame - mounted to the front wall)
8 pairs of JVC active shutter 3D glasses
IMO, the JVC throws an awesome 2D picture, and most definitely blows the doors off my previous Sony Qualia 004 (that died about a year ago).
However, when it comes to 3D viewing I'd really like to try and enhance the PQ if possible.
My assumption is a screen replacement would be the best way to improve PQ, other than replacing the PJ?
And if so, what screen would you guys recommend for 2D and 3D viewing (was thinking the Stewart 5D might be a good choice but I need input)?
Any help/suggestions would be appreciated.