I just moved this from a related thread in case the discussion is moved here or the poster who inquired looks here.
Hi, Mark. I see you're still on the fence.
PM me or give me a jingle. I had the UHZ65. It's a great DLP laser projector, especially in terms of brightness and dynamic contrast, what I would call pretty excellent. Operating noise should not be an issue either. Also, its processing gives its images a fluid, silky look, like combining celluloid film with digital clarity --very nice. And did I mention its light source doesn't date back to the days when lamps were one's only option.
Its dynamic contrast in DB2 and DB3 (full off) will easily outperform my HT9060's.
However, it has limited lens shift and a lens that isn't as good as the HT9060's. When I had the UHZ65, some lettering was disappearing on my PJ's menu screen. The color wheel seems to operate slowly, so RBE is a serious concern for those susceptible. Also, using the UHZ' DB2 caused brightness compression which from time to time I would see in faces being blown out or obscured. Remember, its dynamic dimming can be set to very aggressive, which DB2 is, meaning you are going from the machine's c. 1,100:1 or so plus native contrast to over 20,000:1 dynamic. You can use DB1 though.
If I were focused on a DLP projector having in mind mainly better contrast and black level performance and had to decide between the Optoma UHZ65 and the BenQ HT9060, I would choose the UHZ65.
Good luck with what you decide.