Of course its still there. Its a one chip machine with a color wheel. It will always be there. The only issue is whether you can see it. But its still there. It will always be there. But shake your head violently from side to side, be careful not to hurt hurt yourself and I disclaim any responsibility if you do hurt hurt yourself, you have been warned, and you will probably see RBE. Better yet there are certain test signals which would make RBE visable to even a blind person. Sony used them at shows to show advertise against reap projection single DLP machines.
So what does this mean. Once you see RBE and convince yourself that its there even though you can't normally see it, return your machine and switch to a different technology machine. You may then see other beastly errors such as miscinvergence but WTF, you won't have invisable to your eyes RBE. Message, unless you see RBE when watching content, don't worry about it. Enjoy.
The LED DLP that I have doesn't have a color wheel.
I was simply stating that may be a single chip thing.
I thought doing goofy things to find flaws was the mark of a true enthusiast?