"Cutting Edge and it looks great!!"4.5 starson by seattlemediaguy
Pros: True 1920 by 1080P. Unbelievable whites as well as Contrast, Stylish, Very quiet, Solidly built
Cons: Expensive, Expensive somewhat scary bulb replacement, not easy to intall due to weight of projector.
Summary: This unit replaced my DWIN Transvision II. The DWIN had a lot of problems. After we installed the Sony, my non tech loving wife's exact words as we watched a couple of minutes of March Madness started out like this "I don't see the difference between the....... Oh wait a minute, you're right this thing looks a lot better." Yes, money well spent.
Don't let the low Lumen count bother you it is much brighter than the 1000 lumen Dwin even with the iris on. The blues literally pop off the screen and I can't see any screen door effect on my 100" screen. This unit is also far quieter than my old projector and I have it in a 16 by 17 foot room so I'd imagine it would be dead silent in a larger room or semi sealed box. I also hooked up my PC with an NVidea 7800 card it throws the complete 1920 by 1080 60hz image and it is an experience to play games on. I looked at a lot of new equipment and this thing, as many other people have noted, has to be seen to be believed. I just wish it came in at half the price. Oh, well the cost of early adoption.
It's also a great looking machine. I am already using the HDMI and DVI ins for the Cable Box and PC. I will need to upgrade my equipment or get an HDMI switcher once we go Blu Ray or Hi-Def DVD.