Got my unit (March 2013 Rev 1.02) from the latest Amazon stock this afternoon, along with the Dimensional Optics Active3D glasses, Hoya ND2 filter and the 67mm to 72mm step up ring...
So far just to compare to my old Optoma GT720, here is my quick findings besides obvious spec differences (i.e. 1080p vs. 720p and etc...)
DJUFUK, you may be interested in these...
Things I like:
1). Zooming capability allows me to have the projector to place about 5 inches closer to the screen than before (btw, I am projecting on an 80" Sony DynaClear approx 1.8 gain pullup screen)
2). Not so much of "hot spot" effect as the GT720 (surprisingly) even I have placed the projector closer to the screen than before
3). Brighter picture under 3D than GT720 using 3DVision (was watching Dredd through PS3)
4). Start up is as fast as the GT720
Things that annoyed me:
1). The fan noise is much more noticeable even under Smart Eco mode compare to GT720 under Eco mode.
2). Looks like there is some minor uneven focus, especially upper right corner (again, I will try to spend more time to figure it out this week).
3). Took a bit longer time for HDMI handshake (screen would go source searching for longer when switching between XMB menu to movie/game on the PS3).
4). I see a bit of RBE during dark to brighter scene (i.e. the first scene of dropping the junkies under slo-mo from the roof in Dredd).
Again, I will play with it more for the rest of the week. I am also having trouble to fit the ND2 filter and adapter... i wonder if I need to jam the adapter in...
A side note, the Dimensional Optics glasses works really well - comfortable, no temple squeeze on my big head, blocked all DLP red tint, and pretty light weight for a rechargable. I think they are the same as the ones TrueDepth is selling, but almost $10 cheaper and comes with a nice case, cleaning cloth and a micro usb cord. Just make sure it is the 144hz DLP link model (see the link from my previous post), otherwise it wouldn't work.