Hi guys. This is my first post on avsforum and I wanted to share my experience with the T2.
I held off on buying the T1 because I couldn't get it to focus when I tried it on in the store. This time, people were saying that whereas the T1 wasn't focussing for them, the T2 was, so I went to try the T2 last week. Using only the lens adjustment screen, I could get a pretty good focus. The salesman hadn't set up any sources so I couldn't test it with any source material, but I figured it was focussing good on the lens adjustment screen, so I bought it.
Fast forward a few hours - I'm at home and have spent about 3 hours trying to get the sides to focus. I tried every possible adjustment and position. Even after removing the forehead pad (it's attached with double-sided tape and can be removed and replaced without damaging it), I still was unable to get the sides to focus. My forehead and the bridge of my nose were literally hitting the plastic surrounding the lenses and couldn't go forward any further - there's no possibility of getting my eyes close enough to the lenses to get good focus, even without the forehead pad.
My suggestion is that if you have a facial structure similar to mine (deep-set eyes and a high-set nose) you should check the focus carefully at the store. Note that the lens adjustment screen doesn't have any text on the sides of the image, so you can't tell focus based on that alone!
I returned it the next day.
Having said that, I also want to comment on other aspects of the T2: -
Latency: I found that latency was pretty high unless the panel was in "Clear" mode AND the Picture Mode was "Game". Doing this, the latency was low enough for fast-paced gaming. I also had all image processing options disabled.
Image quality: Amazing. I was very, very pissed off at having to return it because the picture quality was so good. The black levels are inky black. The contrast is incredible. The colours aren't that accurate (blues had a purple tint on my unit in all picture modes) but still have a very vivid and impressive rendering.
Screen door: If you look hard you can spot it but it's not at all intrusive. From my memory of the T1, the T2 has less screen-door effect. Pixel fill ratio seemed roughly the same as my DLP projector.
24fps: Even with the T2 running in "23" or "24" Hz mode via PC (and with film mode enabled on the T2), there was still jittery motion on 24fps films. I couldn't find any way around this. However, I only tested this in 23/24hz mode, so it may be possible that it works properly in another display mode (there was 60hz and some others I can't remember too).
Hope this helps someone.