So I did have a chance to hook up the Refurb Master and shoot my UHD65 at the biggest finished wall I had last night - Probably not the best test as the wall is light gray and textured - but yea. I played around with the settings on the projector, and in this setup, Cinema looked better when testing The Martian and Rogue One from the PS4. The image was fairly bright and crisp, but I wasn't 100% impressed - maybe because this is my first projector and i'm coming from a 55" tv? I tried upping the brightness, but that just washed out the color and really made the black bars on the top and bottom more prominent. I'm not too distressed though, as I figure shooting it on a textured wall with regular paint is probably to blame.
I had the projector 14.5 feet away from the wall, which gave me a 94 inch diag. screen. That being said, I didn't play with the Zoom at all now that I think about it - I'll have to figure that out. My actual theater room is 19' 7" Long, but with soffit that takes it down to 18' 7". So - it looks like this should fit in well nearly all the way back.
One problem I have though - and I should have known - But....
I'm not sure how much this will bug me when all setup, but I see it every time there's a sharp contrast between white and black. Do most people just deal with it, or do the vast majority of people not see them? Is there anything you can really do about it?
Took a few shots during Rogue One - you can see some of the color striping when you grab a still image, but of course not when it's running.