1,600 Lumens at 6,500:1 Native Contrast and still gets somewhat near D65...
That is seriously almost mind blowing.
I'm not sure if the Native Contrast was measured at closest throw, mid-zoom, or farthest, but if those are closest throw numbers, then that is a large jump in Native Contrast.
The other incredible thing is the Lumens range this projector has.
It can go down to 500 lumens in Lamp Low for a Best Mode Cinema, or 700 Lamp High, yet it can still do 1,600 in an alternate Near-Best Mode, or 2000+ in a pumped up but overly green mode. This is going to make it useable for both 2D and 3D even if you are using some gain screen, simply by just changing from the 1600 lumen mode back to the low lamp Best Mode and closing the IRIS.
That is more Lumens range than I've ever seen on any Home Theater projector I can think of (although there may be one that can get close to that range).
For people needing bigger screens for 3D, as long as this projector does not GHOST too much, this will be the one to get, unless the Mits hc7800 turns up almost as bright.
It just blew by the others when it comes to Contrast + Lumens balance.