My Mits H3800 experience:
Well, I finally got a new bulb installed today and remounted the projector. I tuned to the 3D comcast channel and setup the VIP Theater. The initial image was weird, pulsating. I tried everything it to get to work, then realized I had the 1 switch up and it needs to be down. So I pushed it down and reset the VIP power and it started to work. Very dark though. I then pushed the right sync button on the emitter and the led light went red and the image became nice and bright--the 3D was watchable with lots of ghosting in the background (e.g. those images that tend to be farther apart in 3D images) and I could see the 30hz flicker. I switched to green light mode again (and needed to reset the left/right eye sync--left button as well) and the screen got dark again, but little ghosting and the flicker was reduced. However, the screen was too dark--so I switched to red led mode again and decided to watch Avatar on demand. Well, the image was definitely bright enough (Mits in standard brightness mode on a 144" 1.3 gain screen!), but the ghosting of background objects was almost too much, and the flicker was marginable. If you don't have a 3D projector, then this is okay at best--and might be better on smaller screen--I would recommend maybe 90" at most to limit the ghosting.
Now here is the weird thing. The resolution on this 1080p procector was not any better than that the 720p ACER H5360 3D projector. So I was again amazed at what the ACER can do.
Well that's my assessment. I will probably only watch the pristine 3D image on the ACER now, regardless. I was hoping the Mits would add something in resolution, but it does not...at least my opinion.