Last week, I got casio xj-m245 after reading comments on this forum, and with only 20 hours usage I am very happy so far.
My current setup is: no keystone involved, distance tested 3m - 4m, and tried all eco modes. It has excellent focus, power zoom, good colours, very bright projector. I am using it as a second monitor of my entertainment suite, day and night and I love it, its great to have it on while family/friends is around, since it doesn't require total darkness or to be looked after, no lamp management, no stress about the hours spent, text is crisp and easy to read for those who wants to code/read on the projector screen...
As many said here, these projectors needs time for the laser to produce pure blue, the focus is excellent if no keystone is involved, instant turn off/on, very bright, great for usage day and night.
This projector clearly needs at least 100 hours before it settles on colors (my blue is still little bit purplish as many stated, but after 50 hours of usage I can already see big improvement), but since its LED all it takes to be left on the first few weeks on. It is connected to my PC and my laptop with blue ray player through HDMI connection and the rainbow effect is almost non-existent. On the other hand long DVI cables can slow down the data transfer and the rainbow effect is more noticeable. Playing HD movies over the encrypted network is not smooth as direct HDMI data transfer.
Sound wise, when it was sitting on my shelf, it had that mosquito noise in eco1, but for some reason after I put a little book under, that noise was gone, the only noise I can hear now it is the fan in eco 1 and in the highest bright mode. The other eco modes are really quite and to be honest the screen is so bright, I hardly use the brighter modes on this projector, only during the day, but then again the noise gets completely lost in the usual day time home noise.
I haven't tested the 3D on this projector, I am hoping someone more savvy will test it and post some review and best practices since I am a bit dummy in this area and I need extra budget to buy glasses and the conversion software...
In summary a great projector for 24/7 usage as long as it is the right setup. Avoid key stone correction for excellent focus.
Give at least 100 hours for the laser to produce pure blue.
I killed the mosquito noise by simply adding a small book under.
Use quality cable to minimize the Rainbow effect to almost none.
I was thinking to get Qumi or the other upcoming LED projectors, but reading from the forums they are rather dimmer, have problems with the focus, fuzzy text, rainbow effects everywhere. The Casio I got have none of these problems, the only outstanding issue as reported here is waiting for the blue to become pure blue, but I can see it gets improved as I write, so I am not too worried.