I have been using this projector for about 1 month and would like to share couple of comments with others considering this projector.
The calculator at projectorcentral is completely wrong for this projector. As others have stated, you should use RS10. If I had believed the calculator I would not have bought this projector.
I am using it with a 150" 16:9 curved Elite Screens Lunette and could not be happier with the image. It is in a 100% light controlled HT (black ceiling and front wall, dark wine colored side walls). With my set-up it is at the short end of the trow range (lens ~15'6" from screen). Did some eye ball tweaks, cutting back color, closing down the iris and turning down the brightness. I was quite surprised that I was able to close down the iris and yet had to turn down the brightness to get it to my liking. Good sign for having ability to turn it back up as the bulb dims with time.
After I get ~ 200 hours of bulb time on it, I will calibrate it using my Spyder colorimeter
I was a bit concerned about it having enough output for a 150" screen, however, for me it has plenty of output (I do not like store type LED TV type brightness levels - try to replicate theater) with great colors, contrast and shadow detail. I am more than happy with the black level, however, keep in mind my upgrade was from the Epson's 1080 Home Cinema and I have not seen in person the higher end JVCs.
I have watched several football games and have had no issues with fast motion.
I did not go the 3D projector route, as I do not believe that any of the current models have enough output for a 150" screen and it is still evolving technology. In another couple of years when this projector is ready to retire, the 3D projector technology should be stabilized, with more reasonable prices, brighter projectors, and more content. Until then I am going to enjoy the heck out of this projector.
Great value with price well south of $3,000.