Originally Posted by Greg_R_STL
You probably have seen more 3D material than I have, so let me know if you think it's as good as I do.
I think it's even better than you do!
Seriously... the 3D on the HD25-LV is incredible
. It took me a little while to get the settings exactly the way I wanted, but I'm there now, and the results are every bit as spectacular as I had hoped. I've watched six 3D movies so far and have been amazed by the color, detail, and overall film-like look of the picture. I had been very pleased with my Optoma HD66, but this new projector is clearly superior. I'm using the Optoma ZF2100 glasses and RF rather than DLP-Link. Flawless, and I do mean flawless, 3D... absolutely no crosstalk or ghosting, even on difficult scenes with stark contrast like the lantern scene in TANGLED. NO loss of sync, NO need to flip image polarity at the beginning... it seems miraculous to me how RF does this. Excellent shadow detail. There's a scene in TANGLED where the protagonists are trapped in a cave filling up with water, and with my HD66 settings I couldn't make out what was going on even with zero ambient light in the room. Not a problem with the HD25-LV. I also checked the scene you mentioned in CREATURE FROM THE BLACK LAGOON, and I'm one of the lucky ones... I saw no RBE whatsoever. Wound up watching the entire movie again in 3D for at least the fifth time. Also watched IMAX LEGENDS OF FLIGHT (great pop-out effects in this one), HOUSE OF WAX, LIFE OF PI, and MADAGASCAR 3 (one of my favorite 3D Blu-rays -- I've watched it eight times now!). I'm sorry that you weren't a DLP person, but I'm glad that you are pleased with your Epson. I'm certainly pleased with my purchase! Now if I could just get another deal like the one I found for the RF glasses (six pairs at $50 apiece) so that I can throw a big 3D party and watch the jaws drop!