Thank you so much for your answer and input, now all of us can breath a sigh of relief knowing that this projector has a much improved optics and lens without the troubles that a dreaded issue the 70G/U series.
I don't know about anyone else but once I have the money saved up I would jump in a heart beat to buy this projector.
Yes I moaned and groaned about how I should have waited before I bought the LG PA75U 5 weeks ago and that's what keeps me between a rock and a hard place if I can't sell it, but if anything it would make a good back up projector if anything were to go wrong with the PF85U.
Everyone ? to put it in prospective, the Acer K335 720P projector and the new Vivitek Qumi 7 MSRP was from $ 900 to $ 1,000 at least I guess so.
With this new 1080P projector those new 720P projectors are non-starters right out of the gate and most likely be bought buy businesses and corporations that only need a data projector who are not total projector geeks.
Here's another thing to help to put it in prospective.
A few years ago I needed a new shifter solenoid put in my transmission in my car and the only way to put in there was to drop the transmission and take the side cover off.
However ? hindsight is 20./ 20 because after the shop put in a new shifter solenoid after I paid $ 600 that they put in a shift kit in the transmission in which I know now that actually fixed the problem.
If i knew then what I know now because I had to put in a shift kit in another car I bought that had basically the same code for long shift adapt the dreaded P1811 code that only cost me $ 50 and I put it in myself.
The other car ? I could have fixed it myself if I knew then what I know now and could have saved myself $ 600.
The point I am trying to make here is ? we live and learn and make mistakes or are ignorant of things that some how we learn and find out later.
Another point about bulb based projectors that I mentioned before is ? not only the cost of the bulbs that you have to take into consideration but the cost of a new color wheel if it ever goes up.
That's what I love about the LED projectors is that life of the product and lamp life and it is mostly solid state.
I don't know much about bulb based projectors since I left them in the rear view mirror 3 or 4 years ago and never looked back but do some today need a filter ? are most of them are filter less ?
Do you see where I am going ? with these LED projectors , no bulbs to replace, no color wheel to worry about, no filters, and the light path and DMD are as far as I know sealed and not subjected to dust and dust blobs.
The colors are mostly accurate, less cost of ownership, the LEDS are turn on and off therefore the performance far out matches any color wheels performance.
Cost of ownership as far as electrical use is cheaper.
If I do accidentally drop the projector I have a better chance that it survived it depending on the force it was subjected to, you would most likely would have to get a new bulb and color wheel for the bulb based projectors even if you dropped it accidentally or even bumped it against something.
Another thing that most people don't realize with bulb based projectors is you either have to have it running right side up or upside down for you can't run it on a angle because the bearings in the color wheel would wear out prematurely.