And even then, the complaint is against the print as viewed thru 3D projection equipment, but that "flat panel owners might be able to adjust more brightness and contrast". Wellz.....GUESS WHAT.
Despite much cult loyalty, I'd wager that a sizeable portion of 3D owners are using flatscreen panels to do their 3D viewing, and don't think much of Projector-ites almost literally believing the industry revolves around them
. (I want a show of hands, how many people have tried to convert friends to 3DTV, only to hear, "But I can't afford a $2000 projection system, like someone was suggesting I get!"?) I'm sure projection would look great in a specially customized home theater den. But I live in an apartment, and my Panny Viera (not even a large one at that) and my PS3 does quite well for my 3D viewing. I'm not "settling for less", I'm just saying I don't drive a BMW either, although I have no doubt they're the "ultimate driving machine". If you're obsessively going to spend four months dragging this title through the mud because it doesn't meet the standards of how its most ardent cult believes it "should" be seen...Elitist doesn't even begin to be the word for that. 3DTV fans already face enough bigotry, snobbery, and heavily subjective quick-judgment from outside, without creating snobby high-hatted factions among themselves.