True 24p is a Sony feature on their BD players. Normally, film shot at 24fps is converted by 3:2 pulldown to 29.97fps (nominal 30fps) and shown at (2x30) 60hz. For 24p, then you'd need a hz that can show that such as 48, 72, 96 or bingo==120hz. Thus it's probably 5:5 pulldown.
Here is the german translated description of the ACER H5360BD with a street price of around $799 (from what I can gather):
The Acer H5360BD Acer has a new projector in its portfolio that will change the entertainment world completely. Especially 3D entertainment fans will appreciate the model. The integrated HDMI 1.4a standard allows the transmission of 3D content of suitable display devices, such as 3D Blu-ray players, set-top boxes, 3D, and 3D game consoles without any additional PC is needed. Thus, using the Acer 3D shutter glasses 3D Blu-ray movies and shows 3D TV in your living room with a diagonal of 7.62 meters (300 inches) are shown. The Acer H5360BD HD video projector and DLP 3D Ready nVidia 3D vision. Dive into the 3D movies and gaming world, and experience in 720p HD quality, the next generation of video projection. With 2,500 ANSI lumens of 3D home theater projector features Acer H5360HD must, even in daylight a bright, brilliant and sharp image with which you can not hide in the basement.
I am considering cancelling my order for the 3DXL, and will wait to upgrade my H5360 to the BD version. It doesn't make sense now to wait for the 3DXL when it will be ready around the same time as the H5360BD for about the same combined price.