Installed my VPL-VW675ES last night and am thoroughly impressed with the performance. The picture is phenomenal. Shocking actually. It looks like i have a giant 120 inch 4K UHD tv now. I'm just debating whether to upgrade the screen or not as I can't see how the picture can get any better.
She was very easy and straightforward to setup and the remote control operation of all the optics made the process so much easier and pinpoint accurate. She's a big mamma jamma though so be prepared for the physical size. She's not as heavy as she looks though and installation went without a hitch with the mount I used.
One thing I did discover is to turn off the image processing in the Denon 7200WA and let the 675 do all the heavy lifting on the image processing. It's obviously much more robust in this area than the Denon. The images were noticely even better after making this simple change.
So for aanyone on the fence, get it. Indulge and treat yourself. You only get one lap around the track. You better run it with everything you have and "Never stop. Never settle.", like the famous beverage states.
My "Living Cinema": AVR: Denon AVR-X7200WA | 4K Blu-Ray: Oppo UDP-203 | Media Library: HTPC, Synology DS3615xs 100TB | Gaming: PS4 Pro 10TB, PSVR, PS3 1TB | Speakers: Polk LSi-M Series: 1x 706c, 2x 707, 4x 900LS, 2x 703, 4x 702F/X | Subs: 2x SVS PB2000, 2x SVS PC12+, 5x Buttkicker BK-LFE | Video: Sony VPL-VW675ES | Amplifiers: Parasound 2125, Emotiva XPA-7 Gen 3, 2x QSC GX3 | Power: 2x Furman Elite 20 PFi | UPS: APC SMT3000, SMT2200 | Screen & Misc: 138" 2.35:1 Stewart CIMA Neve, Harmony Elite