I appreciate all advice i`ve had from you guys, its been helpful to read through these post & work out my issues with the x1000.
The blue thing was helpful as the PC HDMI to the PJ projects windows 7 on the x1000 with a blue tint, so that was my 1st obstacle to overcome.
However as the blu-ray drive is a new addition to my PC, i decided to go back to the x1000 default color scheme to check something...& shut down powerstrip.
BEhold i start the bluray movie, and guess what, the movie plays fine completly non affected by windows desktop blueish colors. Bluray playback has already been optimized for the x1000, as no color adjustment is needed at all for the bluray film playback. (i`m talking about RGB, CYM colours)
This is probably whats has been frustrating me as PC film files (such as the basketball clip) & desktop colors,need powerstrip to get good colors.
i tried a few powerstrip settings and bluray is unaffected giving good video color quality, ( brightness, contrast settings still need to be set manually etc)
After looking back at some of the pictures and comparing them side by side to the onscreen image, i can now see for sure the camera has lost alot of shadow detail, & that its tuff to take pictures of a projector screen. The bluray filmplayback is colour is very good, & imagine standalone bluray players to do an outstanding job with the X1000.
Its unfortunate that mine & yours first look at the X1000 is based on my experiences with PC output rather than a standalone bluray player, because then i would have had less to complain about.
All pixels are readable etc, the fuzzy feel i wanted to explain in describing picture quality of the x1000 is best summed up with a PC picture such as a landscape.
If you go back to my earlier posts there some very decent snapshots of some landscapes, which in person onscreen pops out at you, the bright saturated colors make landscapes seem pixel packed,giving a really nice feel glossy finish.
If someone buys one & (if) it works fine i have no doubt they will enjoy great bluray.
PC owners will be disapointed until they figure out the new colour scheme (tho PC bluray playback is already set up)
& Xbox 360 looked great on it.
As its fairly cheap to buy, be sure to put some repair money aside, & use the manufacturers warranty to best advantage.
I dont blame folk for steering clear of unknown brand, in regards to whats the alternative? perhaps 1024 x768 is sufficient for some
Wish everyone the best in their projector outcome, thanks for the assistance.
I`ll post my powerstrip settings sometime soon, it would be intresting to hear from another owner.