Granted. Yeah, similar to too high a gain on a front screen pj.
I'm trapped by my living room scenario. My tripod is set back as far as it can go such that I can still see my LCD screen on the cam itself, behind my couch. To go any farther I would have to elevate my tripod from the front walk and fire thru my LR window from the front porch!
Trust me, on this rear pj'd tech those issues are not there when I shoot from a suitable distance. At present that means the cam's lens is currently shooting from about 10' back, and for a 73" CRT RPTV that's simply not enough.
Shooting closer, like at 6', exacerbates those issues even more, like you would not believe! I've tried it. But only on my cam! Not with my eyes.
It was much worse when I shot my CSI headshot picture for my original website cover. It was a 35mm shot from 6' on my 65" Panny, and it was much worse on these issues. Even more hotspotting and uneven fleshtones.
So I know on fresnel/lenticular rear pj tech it would be improved marvelously by shooting with my cam from much farther back.
Yeah, that's the nature of CRT RPTV, unfortunately.
But on the good side, fortunately my EYES don't ever see those issues. Just my cam! And nobody has ever commented on it when simply viewing my set, so I know it's more a cam issue than anything else.
Luckily, too, because just like you I would be woefully distracted by it if it were an inescapable common occurrence with CRT RPTV tech. Fortunately out there in the world, it's not.