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I have a Panasonic 65" VT60 and JVC RS4810 - both calibrated by Chad B. I do think the RS4810 puts out a better image, overall, especially paired with my Stewart ST100. For movies, front projection just has a certain natural, cinematic, film-like look than cannot be captured by any flat panel.
Also, for me, watching scope movies on a scope screen is such a huge improvement in and of itself over a flat panel aside from the larger screen size.
However, I think room environment is a big limitation for most people for FP. Occasionally you'll see a post where someone buys a JVC projector, but has white walls, light carpet, and ambient light then wonders what's wrong with the contrast.
Last edited by DavidHir; 07-03-2014 at 11:14 AM.