If their dynamic dimming of the laser is as effective as the Epsons, they could actually give DLP a worthwhile contrast boost that could bring them back into popularity again (RBE notwithstanding). DLPs do a lot of things well, it's just they've lagged behind in the contrast department. Contrast numbers are usually overly exaggerated in real terms but fingers crossed they can deliver some good usable numbers that make it more appealing.
I don't think there was any mention of HDR or WCG which could be a bit of a problem for some though.
Hopefully REC2020 means REC2020 and not REC709.The release says unambiguously the projector achieves REC2020...whereas the blurb for the existing UHD65 says "HDR10 produces the brightest whites, deepest blacks, and life-like color due to the REC.2020 wide color gamut and DCI-P3 color gamut coverage." (Optoma UHD65 DLP Home Entertainment Projector), which is a statement about HDR10, not the projector, but distinctly misleading given the context.