Your shots are excellent, but show the "dullness" I've come to see in screenies taken of DLP PJs. I'm sure their kick some hind end in person.
That referred shot of Frodo isn't all that good. Colors are over saturated yet still dull looking. But then, I'm getting to be more and more a fan of good LCDs. But even more so, I'm anxiously awaiting some screen shots from Marcosyscom that will come the day he, or anyone else fires up a Marquee CRT onto a Light Fusion screen. At that point, I think all DLP or CRT "on screen brightness" issues will disappear, and I'll be salivating to acquire a Three Gunner.
"Screen shots are nice to look at, but seeing the actual projected image is where it counts. I can wear a Mercedes hood ornament all day but that doesn't mean I got game."
Yeah, but it also probably means you drive a Taurus :)
Screenies are all there is for those who cannot travel to see several combinations at once. Also, Camera & PJ quality have evened the field down to where a properly exposed shot DOES tell the story fairly enough to start down the road cowards a decision. No, a buying decision might not be advisable via a screenie review, but if you look at the differences between the Good, Bad, and the Ugly, you can certainly narrow down the field a bit. Only trouble is, most the Uglies don't offer up thier shots for review.
Wanman, I'm sure you know in your black little heart that posting such an opinion on a thread focused on Screen shots is a little like spitting into a Cop's face; you did so because you were/ are looking for a response. And probably a fight. We are all Peace nicks here so please, either join in, or stay away, but don't bait. Most of us are way beyond that stage, having grown up and past those issues. Except me, of course, so "Put up those Dukes!" :mad: :p ;) :D