First, didn't you think Tryg's post was pretty funny?
From my recollection Tryg was instrumental in pushing the wonders of the High Power screen. There was considerable resistance here from the so called experts who recommended grey screens. It took a continuous drumbeat over several years before the entrenched opposition gave in.
It was also noted that the leading, award winning high-end screen manufacture had no such high gain screen, let alone one with so few side effects. Stated another way, the High Power was sold because of passionate enthusiast’s recommendations, not from the professional experts or installers. We should be thanking Tryg.
*** Thanks Tryg! ***
For those who remember, last year I questioned the logic of another professional reviewer who used a low gain grey screen for his first DLP 3D review, then unsurprisingly concluded the PQ was disappointing.
Speaking frankly, Home Theater Magazine only reviewed and recommends the High Power to salvage the unacceptably dim 3D performance of expensive LCOS projectors. In my book the High Power is recommended to anyone over 45 years old, as older eyes need increasing light.
Since we are on the subject of 3D, did you note that over 70% of AVS members initially voted against Blu-ray 3D?
Of course now about 80% support it, as expected...