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I just got the 3010 this past weekend and I have to say, I have not found a single fault with it. My previous projector was an Optoma EP721, which was my introduction to projectors in general. Having used that projector for 2 years and moving up to the 3010, I have a real appreciation for just how much better the picture looks. The setup was very simple, although not having a lens shift does hurt, but luckily it doesn't shoot anywhere near as high as my Optoma did, so the angle isn't as drastic.

I've seen quite a few people say that there is crosstalk. So far I have yet to see it. I'm wondering if they mounted it upside down or something and the image needs to have the 3d reversed. There is a manual toggle in the menus that allows you to reverse the image. I have my sitting on a shelf and I decided to reverse it just to see, and at that point there was crosstalk. I've played both, Batman: Arkham City and Uncharted 3, on PS3 and everything looked perfect in 3D. Batman looked especially awesome because of the wide open city and the ability to soar above it.

That brings me to my next point which is gaming lag. Everyone keeps mentioning gaming lag, but again, I can't seem to find it, in 3D or 2D. Performing combos in Batman requires pretty precision timing and I was able to pull off a 14 to more hit combo on a group of thugs with no problem. Playing Uncharted in 3D, again no issues, even with the timing on the reversals in melee combat. Gave the 3010 a run through on 2D with Battlefield 3, and aside from being blown to bits by cheap players and their shotgun/frag round combos, again everything was perfect. No delays between any button presses and on screen action. So again, I'm wondering, if it isn't something with the PS3 itself? Maybe a particular model # or the old fatty vs the new slim model? As soon as I changed my output settings on my PS3, it gave me a dialog that said something along the lines of "the display can receive 3D signals, what size is your screen." At which point I entered 71 inches and everything seemed to work fine.

Maybe to help get to the bottom of the whole crosstalk/gaming lag issue, we should list our specs on our entire setup?

I have a PS3 350GB slim model going out HDMI for video and the audio going out the PS3 cable to a separate receiver.

My screen size is 71" and my throw distance is about 10'(I know, small room).

Also, I have seen people asking about which 3D glasses will work. I found this active thread on another forum that lists all the tested models that work and don't work.[external links excluded]
BenQ