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Pros: It is true 1080p resolution, meaning you have exactly 1920x1080. Once the colors were calibrated the image was Beautiful. Watching 4k demo videos on youtube and It looks like a portal to another world on the wall. I was able to get it up to 180" and sitting 11-12 foot away, the image was still perfect. The menu is very detailed but simple enough anyone can navigate. When the lights are all off you get very minimal light bleeding from the sides. During daytime and with the lights on you can't see any light bleed and the image is still very clear.
Cons: The coloring is a bit off out of the box. The contrast to brightness was a bit high so it had a lot over over powered whites. I'm not sure if I have the right equipment but the 120hz refresh is limited to 1280x1024 when connected to a computer. Seeing that the display is 16x9, you will have light on the left and right sides due to scaling.
Other Thoughts: I had to RMA the first one because the bulb popped after 60 hours. I got the second one back from newegg very fast and It seems to be holding up pretty well so far.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Beautiful clear image, True 1080p resolution, Bright enough to see in a day light room, hooked up to my pc, cablebox and xbox all at the same time with no issues.
Cons: After 60-70 hours of use my bulb went out.. this is the only reason I am giving it 4/5 eggs.READ FULL REVIEW
Pros: Does exactly what i need it to do in a dual psu setup. paired with a 750w dedicatied to the gcards, this one is running my cpu, motherboard and fan's. Nice an quiet and still have room to overclock if i want to in the future.
Cons: Bit picky with my add2psu module, wanted to be the primary psu. but the psu it's self works great.
Other Thoughts: I have this in a dual psu system, using a add2psu unit. using this 550w for the motherboard, cpu, and fans while i have a 750w for my harddrives and crossfired 7970's.READ FULL REVIEW