I'll check tonight when I get back from home. Also, I noticed that red color is the strongest when I look at my picture so maybe I was lucky and got a really good bulb.
After reading through people's measurements in this thread and reading Art's review on projector reviews, I think I made the right decision to cancel my pre-order of the RS40 and go with another Infocus DLP as I want and need a decent amount of lumens to light up a 12ft wide 1.1 gain screen. After full calibration at D6500 I measured 1100 lumens in high lamp mode on my new Infocus SP8602 and nearly 900 lumens in low lamp....No, I don't have those great black levels but everything is a trade off.
I think JVC rushed this to market before it was really ready, maybe the next gen will be much better and I will try that one if they increase real usable lumens on the screen.
Thanks for reporting your measurements. Both of these projectors are on my short list. To follow-up on Ron's remarks, after 20 hours on his RS40 another forum member measured a very respectable 790 lumens in Normal lamp power mode and a truly enviable 1106 lumens in High lamp power mode. These measurement appear to be taken in a usable mode, not one of those unusable "torch" modes.
So if ohotos' setting are comparable to yours (in being realistic usable settings) and if both projectors were in the same price range, then the RS40 with its better blacks and 3D features would be hard to beat. However, for your large screen, and assuming 3D features are not a consideration, then the InFocus seems to be an excellent choice.
I suspect that both projectors are going to see at least 40% lumen reductions after 500 hours so it certainly doesn't hurt to have decent lumens out of the box.