Yes I did. Nice and sharp. The content was a fairly dark concert so i would have gone for a somewhat smaller screen than the Black Diamond 2 1.4 gain 120" (2.5 meters wide) screen brought over from the UK. As it is 'only' 1000 lumens. The room was quite dark.
The still image of a red strawberry, on green (strawberries?), looked brighter, and the switch between Rec. 709, and Adobe RGB colourspace was quite noticable, deepening, and therefor darkening the green and also the red. Basically the same effect I saw with the Dolby LCD at IBC.
The active 3D did not show any tremor I could see. They were rather proud of the projector working with 0.9 milisecond switching time on the 3D glasses, without ghosting, retaining as much light as possible in 3D.
Euro pricing is 20K plus VAT.
Some people here wondered about the Nero, I did see it sit a pedestal, like some other units, but they were not being demoed, all focus was on the MICO 150.
I had a little chat with the develloper as well. He told me about his history with Seleco competing against the Eidephor in the Eureka 95 programme (EU analog and HD-MAC HD development program). I didn't ask about what exactly makes the LEDs go brighter, sorry, my bad...
From standby the start-up and loading of the various FPGAs' firmware is only taking milliseconds, forgot how many;-).
The Runco D73 Dual LED was shown on a larger screen, but the gain was 2. The passive 3D was quite stable. The polarisation filtering didn't bother me, though I didn't put it really to the test by shaking my head;-). The new LS12d active 3D was showing a slight tremor.