Out of interest, and back to the good things about the projector, I tested out standard def DVD content the other night with District 9 and Empire Strikes Back.
Once again, the improvement from the IN83 knocks me back.
While the IN83, particularly on the snow scenes in Empire, used to have a bit of a digital noise feel, the colors are now beautifully saturated and the detail that much better.
It will vary from title to title I guess, but the overall impression is that it won't stick in the throat as much to watch DVD content after experiencing Blu Ray quality - standard def image is now not as muddy, grainy or noisy as it was.
Also wanted the end sequence of Kill Bill on Blu Ray last night - a film I remember not being wowed by the transfer when I first viewed it on the IN83 - again a tiny bit of a digital feel.
That didn't cross my mind viewing it on the new projector - it looks absolutely fantastic - great depth, amazing detail and a very rich, very natural look.
As before, this is with the DI turned off and either at 70 or 80, which to be honest provides a quality of picture better than anything I've seen before at home or in the cinema, so I'm more than happy. I've not seen the competition though, but find it hard to believe you can get much better.
Fingers crossed I don't start having glitches. The turning off problem is the one that would really upset me and you can get round the others until a solution is found.