I'm not a gamer, so the answer is no! However, what really surprises me is how well the 6010 handles SBS 3D material. I have several SBS movies and they looks amazing with no ghosting showing with this particular material. I know what flicker looks like, but I don't think I'm very sensitive to it, so it's not fair for me to say it won't be a problem for some. The big issue with DLP and DLP-Link is the loss of on/off contrast with DLP link glasses. With my Acer I can use both the Nvidia system and Nvidia 3D glasses or the DLP-link system with the Optoma "box" and the Optoma 3D DLP-link glasses. I have both setups and there is a substantial loss of contrast (black level) with the DLP-link system. Perhaps the Benq's red flash rather than a white flash solves this problem, but introduces another issue - a red tint to the video.
If you do go with DLP for 3D gaming and 3D movies I would recommend you get all your ducks in a row and make sure you can also purchase the 3D DLP-link glasses Zombie recommends. I was seriously thinking of purchasing a Benq for 3D, but the 6010 is so good for my purposes there's no point. As I said I'm not a gamer and lag times etc. aren't applicable to my situation.
Edited by Deja Vu - 9/9/12 at 7:23am