Originally Posted by Toknow****a
I don't see significant ghosting on the Sony. I also don't see RBE. The Sony unit is a better all around unit.
Why is it a better all around unit? To some, it has better motion handling with it's interpolation and no color wheel to cause a rainbow effect. However, it also has lower light output, no ISF modes, not as full featured a CMS, and far more ghosting in 3D.
Perhaps for your use it's better, but for someone else it might be worse. I find it nearly impossible to lay a "best" label on any projector, as they all vary so much in their use. If I'm only watching 1080p24 film content, with no 3D, in a dark room, I think the JVC X30 is the best budget projector there. If I want to watch a lot of sports, or 3D, or in a bright room, I might not think that.
Yes, the 1:1 pixel mapping thing is an issue, but if it's resolved now, it's an issue that is gone and won't come up for anyone down the road, and will be long forgotten when you are still using the projector in 3 years. Given the issues that some companies never fix, I'm OK with someone letting something out with an issue, as long as they fix it ASAP for everyone. Some people think that's too much hassle, and that's fine as well.