Guess I can give my first impressions.
I purchased the DV10 with free 92" Greywolf II and free d&k 50 watt subwoofer from compusa for $999.99 + tax. Pretty awesome deal, and even now it's $899.99 I think (I emailed compusa to try to get a $100 credit, I'm still working on it)
This is my first front projection system, and I must say... I'm extremely impressed. Right out of the box, plugged the unit in, and began the process of lining it up to the (to me) HUGE screen. amazingly it only needed to be about 9' away from the screen, and I put a couple of books underneath it. I fit the screen in horizontally, turned the manual focus, and used the keystone keys on the remote to give a square-edged image all within 5 minutes. I was amazed at how fast it was to align the image to the screen fairly dead on.
First thing we did was pop in Pirates of the Caribbean and WOW. How is it that I've been watching these movies on a 32" HDTV?!? THIS is real movie watching... I don't notice any of the caveats mentioned with rainbows, or screendoor effect or anything. I do see a... "texture" I guess from the glass beads on the greywolf, but it's not distracting at all. First settings I changed were setting it to "game" and then turning off "bright mode" everything looked vibrant and clean to me, so I'll probably leave it at that for now.
After the movie, we decided to play some gamecube. This was just a 480i composite input, and that looked amazing too! We couldn't believe the crispness or the vibrance coming from it. Of course 480p gaming will be much better, and we'll probably hook up the xbox another day and play with those settings since it can output 1080i, 720p, 480p etc.
I was also VERY impressed with the speakers on the dv10! I didn't even hook up the sound system during all this testing, the sound was full, and immersive. I played with the sub independently, and it was far above my expectations for a 50w sub that was free.
The only reference I have for the screen is that we projected onto a yellow/tan wall at first, and that was amazing looking, but onto the Greywolf II whites are blinding and the blacks are nearly pitch black with no pixaltion or anything like that I see on my hdtv even.
So after 4 hours of "testing" I don't think I can ever watch a dvd or play a video game on a regular tv ever again... I can't wait to really get some time on this; get the xbox hooked up, and get some real high quality video pumping through it. Thanks all for the great recommendation on this projector!