Reasons I went with DLP:
1. Sealed light path, so no dust filter and no worrying about dust blobs on lcd panels (I have a very dusty place, so this is very important to me).
2. Motion blur is minimized relative to lcd (If you're a gamer, this is important).
3. Image "pop".
4. No convergence issues as can sometimes be the case with lcd.
These are also some things to think about. Some people have a problem with rainbows, which would rule DLP out. The extra brightness from the Epson is making me a little jealous, but for the reasons stated above, it's not enough to give me buyer's remorse. 3D on my HD3300 seems plenty bright and I haven't messed with any of the settings. 2D is exceptional and is a tremendous leap in a clean, sharp image compared to my BenQ W5000.
As a side note, I had a giggle today when I saw a Future Shop flyer posting an ad for an 80" LED tv for $5200. Folks, we are all of us getting a great deal here.
Video: Optoma HD3300, Panamorph UH480, Darbee Darblet, Samsung BD D6700 Blu Ray player, DIY Seymour Centerstage XD 138" Curved Screen
LCR - Tannoy DC12i, Sides - Tannoy IW63, Rears - Tannoy Saturn DC6ti Bookshelf, Ceilings - Tannoy CMS 603DC (TF), Tannoy CMS 601DC (TR), 3 Micro Marty/1 Full Marty DIY subs
Amplification: Emotiva XPA-3, Emotiva XPA-2, Outlaw Audio 7700, 2x Inuke 6000DSP
Receiver: Anthem MRX 720