Okay messed with the True Depth 3D glasses again. One pair was fully charged so I used that one as my tester while the other one charged.
A good test:
Pop in Gran Turismo 5
Get into a kart
Turn driving line on
Switch to the view where you can see the gloves and steering wheel.
Drive into a tunnel and pause it...
The RF Glasses will ghost on the steering wheel, lighted instrument panel, and the white stripe on the drivers gloves. Also the driving line will ghost, getting worse the closer it gets to you and further downward on the screen.
The True Depth 3D DLP-Links only ghost a HAIR of a HAIR if you force the items listed above to be on the VERY EDGE of the bottom, top, or sides of the lenses, right where it meets the plastic frame. If you are looking at the screen (mine is a 120" from ~10ft away) as in normal use, the edges of the glasses are not in the way so the view looks perfect. This is a drastic improvement over the RF which exhibited 10 times the ghosting in this test, and at that much further from the frame and more into the actual viewing area.
Ive had no further sync issues with this charged pair, but I havent tried the second pair yet. The on/off button also works as a sync invert and it worked perfectly when I tested it. This allows you to invert sync without going into the projector's 3D menus.
Looks like I will have 4 pair of Optoma RF glasses on Ebay when I have the time. The difference is night and day here folks. I even tried to tune the ghosting out with the RF emitter and it doesnt help. I am now convinced there is a flaw in the glasses and Optoma needs to look into it. I cant believe I didnt notice this before, but I guess playing GT5 really brought it out. Its really not as noticeable at all during a 3D movie since most of the 3D action is going to be in the middle of the screen or near it at least.