Originally Posted by henrich3
Have you tried viewing the "Sharpness & Overscan" pattern on the AVS HD 709 test disc and adjusting the Enhance slider?
No. I'm not going to go searching for issues if I can't see them from my viewing position. Seanbryan said (and showed) that the artifact he is seeing is easily visible from a normal viewing distance, and I checked for that artifact using his recommendations, and it's completely absent on my projector, so I'm satisfied.
One thing I have noticed is that the lens memories aren't particularly accurate/repeatable. For instance, if I set a lens memory, then move the lens position around and/or center the lens, then recall the saved lens memory, the recalled position isn't exactly the same as the initial memorized position. It's only off by a few clicks, but it ain't perfect. The degree to which it's off seems to vary depending on the point from which the memory is recalled, and I haven't cracked the code to figure out what starting point would make it most accurate (i.e. should I start from centered lens or another memorized position). Still, I could see how the memories would be quite useful (they're probably "close enough"). Besides, it's more of a curiosity than anything to me since I'm zoomed so far in (12' throw, 110" 16:9 screen) I couldn't zoom the image any further in to fill a wider 2.35:1 screen of the same height even if I wanted to.