The only time I've even seen a hint of red fringing is with 24p mode and BFI set to mode 2. At the begining of Inecption where Dicaprio is running out of the building when it's collapsing you can see a slight red fring on the lamps. However I looked for the same issue throughout all of Batman and saw no fringing. With 60p content like I assume you are watching for Hockey I could not reproduce red fringing and I was looking for it specifically for over a 2 hour period watching sports (tons of UFC, and strikeforce, and some hockey) Im so bothered by fringing that I can't even watch a plasma which suffers from phosphor lag, which shows up as green fringing.
I also did a ton of testing today with 24p and DFI mode 2. WOW. I can't live without this mode
The motion on 24p sources is so amazing with mode 2 that I stare at the screen in awe at how amazing things look. The motion exceeds that of my vt20 panasonic.
Also watched so 2D animated stuff with FI set to high and DFI mode 2 and again my jaw hit the floor. Im getting better picture on my Sony then my Benq DLP I owned in terms of motion and overall detail. I've NEVER EVER seen a non DLP machine do better animation until now.
Also, watched some more animated stuff in 3D with FI set to high and after getting used to the FI now and trying to toggle it off is a no go. FI + animation + 3D = melted eyeballs. It enhances the 3D effect to the next level. Also had the lamp set to low by accident and noticed the ghosting was almost completely gone with glasses set to medium. I watched about a half hour of Despicable Me until I noticed the picture was slightly dimmer then I was used to but it was still acceptable. Setting lamp to high did add more pop, but also increased crosstalk a bit. I think once your eyes adjust you stop worrying about how dim the image is and just enjoy the 3D effect. Of course the best combo would probobly be setting the Sony glasses to low and getting an HP screen.
I also should have the Xpand glasses tomorrow and hopefully I'll like them better then the Sony ones.
I was trying to find a reason all day today to not want the Sony and return it for the JVC but I just couldn't find one reason too
Now with reports of noise in the JVC image and red and green flashing with the Black frame insertion mode. I think I made the right decision.
It probably doesn't matter as Epson or Panasoinic will release a projector that is both better for 2D and 3D then the Sony or JVC early next year