I have my 11S2 with a 114" firehawk installed saturday.
The Screen took only 7 days to arrive and the 11S2 took 3 days.
First of all let me thank Topp Richardson of Applied Digital Science, if you are in the Dallas Fort Worth area check him out.
I actually had to ask him to go home to his wife, he was so impressed with the unit, we kept testing it with various video formats.
This is my first Front projector. I had a Mits 73" diamond for about 6 years.
The settings I prefer are : Iris 3, Color Wheel 5x, dynamic 2 or 3, Lamp normal.
I do not understand the theater and standard modes, they look so bland to me.
Blacks are truly black and the whites are white. When a 235 aspect Blu-Ray was used the bars disappeared into the screen border.
I have it on 5x color wheel as the 6x is noisier, the projector noise is something I will have to get used to especially for music video concerts.
I personally prefer skin tones a little on the red/pink side and to me they appeared a shade on the yellow side, I invited about 10 people over the weekend and it was about a 50 / 50 split on the skin tone, so it is a personal taste preference.
There are plenty of color adjustments to keep me busy when I decide to make the adjustment.
If anybody has made this type of skin tone adjustment please me know.
I read somewhere that there is a AV disc coming out in Blu-ray, hopefully sooner then later.
I wish I could be more technical, Topp said that the CA was the best he has ever seen and that it was very very sharp.
My only contribution was to calculate the distance and got the 114" screen to avoid having to move / remove a ceiling fan. We made it by a inch for the ceiling beam.
I might have said this before but a store that I visited which had the RS1 and 15S1 and at that time I preferred the 15S1 as I though the black was better then the RS1.
This 11S2 from memory is definitely a deeper black, I wish I could explain it better.
It is as black as its velvet border if that makes sense.
I am also impressed with the HDMI upconversion of SDVD's . I know that is another forum but I am still in the WOW mode.
The hockey game on NBC was as bright as you could possible want, I had season tickets to the NY Rangers for 21 years and the ice looked better on the screen then I remember it in person.
Channels like HDnet are also spectacular.
For the first time I can notice the difference in broadcast quality from channel to channel, my Mits only had component so I do not know if that was the reason, I kept reading where forum members would talk about it and now I can understand what they were referring to.
Sorry if I started rambling on but its a WOW factor for me and everyone that I have had take a look at it. My wife is really really impressed so I am a LUCKY MAN.