so i purchased the l75-a94 from amazon and received it last week. i connected it to my FIOS box, Tivo3 box, and Oppo93 bluray. PQ was good but not as great as my elites which i have been watching everyday for the last few years (i have the elite FHD1 and the 141FD). the red's are spectacular but can be overpowering. for example, i was watching american choppers, and paul jr wears red t-shirts and has red tool cabinets in the background - it was too much red for me. the reds almost turned into magenta (i have not calibrated the set).
as for the 3d - i had a hard time watching 3d. i can watch the passive 3d in the theaters with no problems. but the active on this set hurt my eyes. i had a hard time focusing, especially when there are multiple 3d effects on the screen. when watching a single object, it was clear, but water splash effects, or any multiple movements in a single shot hurt my eyes (with or without contacts/glasses - i tried variations). my eye doc did say i would need bifocals soon, so this could be my eyes. my kids see it ok. espn 3d (some college game) was terrible for my eyes. could not focus. it looked like every player had his own magnifying lens over them (as best as i can explain from what my eyes see).
i'm not trying to be negative on the mitsubishi. i really wanted to like it because i did buy it. but i returned it to amazon today (very good return policy btw). i'm going to test out the passive 3d LCDs (vizio or LG) and hopefully i will have a better 3d viewing experience.
pros of the mitsubishi - size (glorious 75" screen), PQ was very good for a DLP and maybe i needed some calibration - thru a dvd or a pro - to make it better but out of the box, it was still excellent, onscreen menu setup.
cons - red can be overpowering but maybe calibration will help, and active 3d tech hurting my eyes, sound was tin-ny (but with a tv this size, it would most likely be in a HT setup).
just wanted potential buyers to be aware of active vs passive tech. if i had no problems with the active 3d, i would definitely keep the tv. i've seen the active demo's for panasonic and sony and had no problems, so I had no idea that mitsubishi would have been any different.