Ok, I was able to make more adjustments to the PJ. The Gain and Offset that bouda78 posted. And the results look great. Image looks much more crisp, colors very pleasing. Will post some screenshots later.
In the mean time, one other issue. As mentioned before, before of how my PJ and Screen are mounted, I am having to use the vertical lens shift to the full extent (pulling the picture all the way down). That I think might be causing the image to loose some quality, and I am trying to see how I should change that.
Here's a drawing of the room, looking from the side (length view).
It worked fine with my previous Mitsu HC1500 PJ. The top of the screen is about 28in from the roof, and the PJ is hanging about 7.5' from the floor, so the offset (difference between center of the lens and top of the screen about 13in. to reduce that, I either have to bring the PJ down, or raise the screen up.
1. Did I setup something wrong here? Does the offset seem too much?
2. From an ergonomic standpoint, is it ok to move the screen up? by how much?
3. I might be able to lower the PJ down only a few inches (of course, with a new extension rod), and still be high enough for 6+ footers not feeling like they are going to hit it. Plus, this thing being a monster makes it's more visible when I enter the room.
Thanks for your suggestions.
btw, the calculator on Projectorcentral doesn't help you with mounting calculations. Is there one that does that?