I think you might have been misinformed on that review.
To clarify the D7panels - particularly the 0.74 are inorganic panels. Thus the Mitsubishi HC6800 has inorganic panels.
And let say if the Mitsubishi did not have inorganic panels. I think that we are so spoilt these days, that we make decisions on technical terminology/specs alone for example Contrast ratio 30:000 vs 100:000/Inorganic/Organic and we believe these based on one review. Then we keep these PJ's maybe for 3 years and want a new one anyway
Since you like specs though, Let me put some peace to the anxiety for those that wonder if these are inorganic or organic panels:
Refer to the spec sheethttp://www.mitsubishi-presentations....eet_HC6800.pdf
Dave 1 - No worries - Let me give you peace of mind.
Logically since the HC7000 carries the same inorganic panel as Hc6800, you can read on the Hc7000 features as follows:
"Then we added an extra polarization filter to the advanced inorganic 3LCD panels for more precise light focusing. The result is an LCD projector with longer life and an astonishing 72,000:1 contrast. With virtually no fading due to loss of light intensity the projector can reproduce jet black on screen."
I have seen the Epson, Pana PTAE4000, Sony and the more expensive JVC, SIM, Marantz etc. and for my own reasons chose the Mitsubishi. They are all good PJ's.
Get a projector and be happy with it. You will drive yourself crazy if you dont