Let me try to clarify a few things... Boxlight is a company that distributes/sells presentation devices (projectors, plasma displays, etc). They have several products that I know of (and maybe more) that are OEM from manufacturers like InFocus, Sanyo and others. (The Boxlight cd555m I own is actually an InFocus lp350 internally) In every case, Boxlight, not the original manufacturer, provides the warranty, service and support. That is nothing unusual, it is normal practice. If, for example, you buy a Dell computer and the CPU fails, you don't call Intel, you call Dell. If you were to call Intel, they would tell you to call Dell, regardless of whatever warranty they provided to Dell on the OEM processors.
Second, the class A/B certification isn't about an LCD projector being "unsafe". It has to do with the amount of electrical interference a device emits, and whether it has been designed/certified for commercial use or whether it is suitable for home use. You can read more about it at http://www.pseinc.com/faq.htm#FCC
As for price, I have no idea what their price is going to be, but my guess is that they're not raising the price. The point of the whole thing for Studio Experience would be to have a projector they can directly market for home use, with the stricter class B standard, in a case that they designed to blend in with the average matte-white ceiling, and still be in the same price range as a regular PLV-60. And, my understanding is that the warranty will be better than the standard Sanyo warranty, because they will replace/repair projectors with dead pixels. The way I see it, the fact that their service offering includes the 30 day unconditional replacement, the replace/repair for dead pixels and is backed by Boxlight is not a negative.