Satisfied with it, but not flawless. No regrets buying it though.
Honest Critic, Amazon
20 May 2013
Summary: This is my first projector for home use. I've used many different models before as a teacher at various schools and classrooms. While I've never really noticed the "stroboscopic" rainbow effect before with projectors, this Optoma one has it. I didn't notice it for a couple nights of movies at home, but then once I noticed it I couldn't stop seeing it. It's especially bad on images that are very light or white in color and with high-motion.
Summary: nice clean clear images many modes supported Thankfully the majority of our devices used on the projector use 16:9 format. If going from 16:9 to standard 4:3, the dimensions of the displayed image will overrun the screen. Easy to install and setup. A lot of your configuration options aren't displayed until an active source is found.
Summary: I have owned this projector for a month now, and I am projecting onto a 130" screen with the WXGA Model (recommended for home theater viewing). Pros: -Price; you will not find a better home theater video solution for less money. -Reliability; Optoma has been making projectors for a long time and have great reviews regarding project longevity -Great picture for Blu-ray source material, and 720p sources -Good contrast ratio for the price, blacks are pretty dark -Good...
Summary: Was disappointed to notice that the projector did not have height adjustment. The description does not indicate this. Unfortunately, I was out of the 30 day returns period and am stuck with this.
Summary: I was looking for an easy-to-use, good quality projector to use in my classroom, and this fits the bill perfectly. I didn't want to spend a fortune, but wanted good resolution and definitely got it. It's simple enough that I plugged in my laptop and was up and running in a matter of a couple of minutes. Make sure to order the correct connection cords for your computer, or whatever you're connecting to, and you'll be all set.