Summary: I bought this to play Xbox games on and watch Amazon and Hulu on. It's been a pretty awesome little projector. I've found out that Ultra Clear HD DLP link glasses work best with this. My only problem with it at all is the sound on it isn't as good as I'd like.
Summary: First the price is what drove me into this unit. The 3-D is great... but... sometimes if there's a lot of fast movement as in trees or brush it kinda freaks out and the background image come out farther then the foreground... sometimes.... not all the time. It's very light weight and a snap to set up. A few of my friend have purchased this projector to replace there old ones.
Summary: About a year a ago I put this in my living room with a 14 ft. screen and a 1000 5.1 sound system, every one that sees it just says WOW, it is very impressive and did it all of it for around a grand, when people talk about there 50, 60, or 70 inch TV I just say I have a 14 ft. TV , they say WOW.
Summary: I bought this Vivitek D512-3D to replace my Espon EX51 for the 3D feature. I am a bit disappointed in the throw distance isn't as good, as far back as I could mount the Vivitek the largest picture I could get was only 2/3 (103") of what the Epson (or Sharp I had prior, which was about 145" at around 12') could do at less distance, but the 3D is worth it.
Summary: The projector was awesome all around, except for two things- throw ratio and lack of smartphone integration. This is meant for a long distance between the projector and screen. And this unit is unable to be detected by my Galaxy Note II.
Summary: I was quite pleased with this projector. It works well, is easy to install and to operate (except the 3D part, but once you have set it up the first time, it switches to 3D automatically). The 2D to 3D is worthless, but I don't think any good converters exist (maybe in the future). It's nice to test your glasses on though, not more than that.