I just had a short presentation with the AT6000E. I was specifically there to see about ghosting/crosstalk.
They had the Epson 6100 on display before (very good 3D with nice colors but the motion was noticably rough and while there was no obvious cross-talk in the image it was apparent in the subtitles). Since Avatar-3D is a new release here in Germany they showed that one on all projectors.
They connected the AT6000 for me and it was clearly on for the first time as the lamp-counter showed 0h. So it was completely uncalibrated but they let me play with the controls. Unfortunately and since the AT6000 doesn't come with glasses, they didn't have the right glasses at hand at all... so I suggested using the glasses from an older Epson model just so that my visit was not in vein at all. So obviously what I saw is not a very accurate representation of the projectors capabilities, considering the old glasses from a different model and no real warm-up time for the projector.
What was immediately apparent though, was how much nicer the movement looked. The 3D-Motion-Remaster/Frame Interpolation made a whole world of difference. For the most part the image appeared(!) absolutely free of cross-talk, but I specifically asked for them to skip to a part with subtitles. And suddenly the cross-talk was very apparent. Not terrible but more visible as on the Epson. While changing the glass-brightness (which is definetely done in the projector) the image became notably brighter or darker but the cross-talk didn't disappear. It got a litte worse for bright and a little better for dark but even in dark it was worse than on the Epson. Now I really really hope that the right glasses and the right temperature will make a difference. Even if not I would without hesitation choose the Panasonic over the Epson for the fluidity of motion in 3D alone. I did have an Acer H9500BD here for a while and as a DLP projector it was completely free of cross-talk which was amazing, but the image was not as bright with a clear greenish tint and there was a noticable flicker from the glasses that the Panasonic just didn't have. I am still a little hesitant about shelling out 3K for a projector that is less than perfect but I guess that is all that the technology is able to give right now, right? I would love to see those L-R-shots through the glasses but I fear they won't look much better than on the 5000-series and will be a little worse than on the Epson. I wish I could have a weekend-session just to check if I am ok with the 3D. I intend to play a number of games on this device so I would like to know beforehand how the cross-talk would affect everyday usage.
Also I would like to know if glasses like those monster-3D can really make a difference. Or if the glasses can make a difference at all, or if the crosstalk is already 'on the wall' so to speak.