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BTW, I was not disagreeing with you on your sharpness comparison. My only point was we have to be careful due to sample variance, and both Z and I have seen many many JVC's, so we know what it's supposed to look like with a golden sample.
I commented on it earlier in another thread, from the 3 minute test I did in 3D, the Mits appeared to be very similar to the RS-45 in 3D, but not as good as the RS-46. I'd guess halfway between, but the Mits was dimmer in 3D than the JVC (mainly because the Mits had a lot more hours on it), so I couldn't actually say for sure either way. This is hardly conclusive which is why I wasn't going to say anything.
I don't care about 3D that much anymore on any NON-DLP, so with limited time I'm going to ignore it in a test. The Epson is the best non-DLP at 3D I still think (and I've spent more time on Epson than some), but I have two issues with Epson's 3D. One is that as that lamp passes 500-1000 hours, that ghosting starts getting much more visible. # 2 is the Epson still has enough X-talk to be a major problem in 3D games, though I only tried X3-Terran Conflict and The Witcher 2 briefly on the Epson, they were both problematic compared to the Benq.
I am not a huge gamer, but so far the only game I've even liked 3D in was X3: Albion Prelude / Terran Conflict. Flying into a space dock gives you an almost Treky feel like you are controlling a movie, but even then I can't play it forever like that. If anyone wants to see some super-cool looking Space 3D, I highly recommend Albion Prelude, but you do have to install some non-included custom 3D mods to fix the hud. I just cannot take playing any other game in 3D thus far (well Flight Simulator X was kind of neat in 3D now that I think about it), but that's it. Though again, I haven't played many games (maybe 10 in 2 years for a few hours total).