I've had a few hours to use my ST1080!
It is a mixed bag, though. Here are some random observations:
The 3D effect is some of the best I've seen, compaired to DLP TV and movie theaters. No ghosting at all. It is close to watching movies on a 100 inch screen.
The glasses are fairly comfortable but does start to hurt the nose after awhile. This can be fixed by lifting the glasses off the nose slightly to give the nose a break. (Small and large nose pieces are included for your comfort)
My set does have blurring on some of the edges. The bottom portion is clear , blurring starts up about a quarter of the way from the bottom and stays mainly on the edges and along the top. If I tilt the glasses up slightly it will clear up enough to read text, etc.
There is also some type of light bleed, more pronounced on the each side of the screens. It is caused by the internal optics, not from external sources. Best way I can describe it is if you were looking at a DLP Projection TV with brightness turned up too much. It can be distracting, especially on movies that are filmed in dark settings, such as Underworld: Awakening. "Brighter" movies have the same effect but not as noticeable. This bleed effect moves vertically slightly when making changing to the Pupil Adjustment.
The control menue is very limited. You can control brightness (I have it as low as it will go) right and left flicker adjustment, 3D effect (Frame-Packed, Side-by-Side and Top-Bottom) and that is it. No color, contrast or gamma settings. The controller gets very warm when in use.
I've only messed with the unit on the PC for a short time. The edge and top blurryness makes text difficult to read in those areas. Outside those areas, the text is clear and sharp. The glasses work fine in 3D with PowerDvd 12 The glasses are not currently supported for gaming with Nvidia 3D. Hopefully that will change soon. I haven't tried YouTube in 3D yet but will within the next day or so.
The only game I've tried in 3D is Crysis 2 as it has its' own built in 3D. It works extremely well but the edge blur I mentioned earlier does effect the game HUD slightly.
As mentioned in earlier posts, no built in scaling. 720p will be smaller in screen but watchable.
That is it for now. Hopefully this "stream of conciousness" review will be helpful to some of you.