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Richard - As for 120Hz, I only mention it because someone always asks if I don't. And we're still getting spun up on input lag, so please be patient. I am aware that gaming is not a niche market; I am a gamer myself and fully appreciate that lots of people play video games. However, if we're going to include these measurements, we're going to do it right. If you'd like to discuss this further, shoot me an email at and I'll get back to you as soon as I can.

DavidK - We're two different people with two different sets of eyes, looking at two different sets of projectors in two different rooms. The difference is exceedingly subtle. There's room for disagreement.

user - We saw a pre-production sample of the 3010, and then we also saw a full-production model. Both samples showed the same artifacts.

Bert - see my comment to David, above. Also please keep in mind the opening comment to the comparison section, wherein I state that the differences are quite subtle. You really can't go wrong either way.

Brian - please see my response to Richard, above.

DigiMagic - The 5010 has two image modes for 3D, called "3D Dynamic" and "3D Cinema." They are approximately as bright as their 2D counterparts. Lumen measurements of 3D modes are worse than useless--they are outright deceptive. They measure something that the user will never see. A lumen measurement doesn't inform the user about how much light is lost due to the glasses. Meanwhile, a measurement through the glasses doesn't tell the user about how the glasses affect the user's perception of brightness, which is a significant factor.