Hey guys ... So I'm (most probably) going for a 2 projector setup for my new home theater room (first ever!), for the best 2D and 3D, while remaining under $4000 or so altogether, instead of getting something like Epson 5030, for fulling both roles, because then the result is not as good as that from 2 dedicated projectors, for 3D and 2D individually .. I have been suggested the JVC RS-45 or RS-46 for its superior 2D, and the Benq or Optoma projectors for their 3D quality .. Problem is, I can't decide which projector to get for its performance in 3D .. There are some obvious choices, such as: Benq W1070 Benq W1500 Benq W7000 Optoma HD131Xe Optoma HD25e Optoma HD25-LV You are free to recommend some other projector too, for its awesome 3D .. Thing is, I can't decide properly which one to get. They are roughly in the same price range, so money is not an issue .. Here is some criteria I've determined to help decide: [*]Needs to be as awesome as possible in 3D ! [*]3D has some good popping effects (like those in cinemas) .. [*]No (or negligible) crosstalk in 3D .. [*]No (or very low chance of) rainbows (for DLP only) .. [*]Would be nice to have an option to zoom a 3D cinemascope movie to fill 16:9 screen (I don't mind the sides being cropped out) (for 3D and 2D video).. [*]Visually good/bright 3D for both completely dark (for movies) and lighted rooms (when playing video games) [*]Should have low/acceptable gaming lag, since I occasionally do game online (FPS, etc ..) [*]Would be nice to have some vertical/horizontal lens shift (installing 2 projectors side be side will require some offset) .. [*]Would be nice if its in black (since my room has a black theme, and JVC RS-46 is black too) [*]A low lamp cost would be awesome .. [*]Would like to avoid DLP Link if possible, as its not generally appreciated .. [/list]My screen size would be about 115" or so, and the throw distance would be able 15' I think .. Room is light controlled (some light might leak in from under the door, etc), but I play video games with the lights on normally .. So which one guys ?