You won't likely find better than the w1070 for a mix of bright, fast (motion and lag), and clean 3D. For about $1200 more you could grab a Sony hw40es, but it's main advantage (darker blacks) will mean nothing in a lit room. The other DLPs lack the full color-brightness of the w1070 while the more expensive tend to suffer higher input-lag.
Depending on your room, the Sony hw40 WILL allow a longer throw which makes high gain screens look better, but you'll lose brightness for it. What's the gain on the g1?
There are a few LCD that are even brighter than the w1070, but they'll lack the gaming performance and clarity on 3D.
With good glasses, you shouldn't have any issues. The EStar glasses ($40 a pair on Amazon) have no crosstalk that I could see and no red-flash bleed through.
You obviously aren't going to get the look of a plasma in a lit room with a non-light rejecting screen, but the W1070 certainly delivers a very good image for the money, and the 92" diagonal will allow for a lot of on-screen brightness.
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