Ok, so far, I'm absolutely loving this projector. It isn't without a few snags, though. I do actually find 24-30Hz material quite a bit less smooth than the Optoma HD33 that this is replacing (yes, even with the FI off on the HD33). I'm not sure if this is due to the overall brightness or the W segment of the color wheel, but I do see judder in pans a bit more severely with this unit.
Now the good, just about everything else is way beyond what I was used to viewing, including color depth. It's funny to compare to the newest BenQ HT models, when it can absolutely still blow a lot of HT projectors from a few years ago away, even though this is billed as a "Sports" or "Entertainment" projector.
I decided to pair the projector with a Silver Ticket 100" High Contrast Gray (.95 Gain) screen, and I couldn't be happier with the results! I just took some comparison photos against 1/2 of my old ST 92" Gray (1.0 Gain) screen. I like the High Contrast better with and without every light on in the living room. To lose a tad bit of brights (really miniscule) but gain noticeably deeper blacks (even with the lights out), is a revelation. I will post some random pics from YouTube nature videos that I took.
3D: I bought this projector for a couple reasons (besides the obvious jump to 4K) Wanting a brighter 3D image was right up there. I can now say that this projector/screen combo absolutely rocks for 3D, based off rewatching Alita in 3D. I first watched it in 4K, but the 3D presentation absolutely slayed the 4K one, for me. Is there a green tint with this projector? Well, I'd say that the default color temp seems a bit too warm in 3D. I found a bit too much red and green in flesh tones. I made some tweaks tov the gains, and I think it's pretty good now, but I wouldn't say that either HDR setting or 3D is perfectly calibrated. I will say that they are automatically better than the defaults that every one of my previous projectors from Infocus and Optoma have been!
My other main reason for this projector is sports. I'll wait for football season to judge, but the image with every light on is just sooo good for a projector. Pictures won't do it justice. I do not plan on leaving the light directly over my living room on, but just knowing that it can be on and I can still enjoy what I'm watching is something that I've never had the pleasure of seeing before. I'm saying this as someone who has owned a projector as my main viewing device for at least 15 years.