I just ASSUMED (bad idea) that there was a least some science to your review, especially since I noticed that you've posted on the LiquiScreen thread by "correcting" a chart. How can you correct that chart, which has specific numbers, if you haven't done any measurments on your own??
I'm not saying whether or not the Liquiscreen chart is right, but I think it's important to make sure that others understand that your review is simply your subjective judgement, and not in any way based on science of measurements.
I guess it's my fault to have read too much into your review, but when you threw out numbers about viewing cones and gain, etc. I just figured you had made the effort to actually measure it. I guess your post is more of a "nice read" rather than a definitive review! Nonetheless, you've certainly spent a lot of time and effort on it, and thanks for that!