Yep, I tried this route, got the cheapest lens, it was a liquid one for 500 bucks and wasn't too statisfied with the result. While it did give me a less pixalaed ever so slighly brighter picture it was not worth all the hassel of taking it off when I watch 4:3 material which is a lot. I'm wondering if you spend more on the lens wheather you'll get a better one that can be mounting directly on the lens making it easier to use, but that will problaby run you $800.
So instead of getting that, I upgraded to XGA and couldn't be happier. I miss my colors of the X1 but the PB 7200 has 2200 lumens great for my ambient light. I'd get the Dell 3200 or the PB 6200 when it comes out, instead of going the lens route, but you'll have to weight the pros and cons of each. A pro of the lens is that you have it forever even when you upgrade PJs.
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