It is purely there as people are lazy and just look at the pros and cons, so it highlights what it isn't, it's not punishing it. I hope that explains the reasoning.I dont understand the reasoning behind putting the 'not a home cinema projector' under cons. You said it yourself that it is not marketed as being a home cinema projector, so why punish it for it? That would be like promoting a Skoda as 'not a racing car' and then giving it a bad review because it doesnt perform well on a racing track.
Looks like you were closer to being right I might be tempted but it's totally impractical for my current situation.Sorry, I misinterpreted your comments, thought you missed 3D but didn’t want to purchase a projector and as it’s dead on the tv side, you would be out of luck.
3D is much better on a projector than it ever was on a TV in my opinion. If it was practical for more people to have projectors then the format might have lasted a bit longer.I do not want a projector, never have, but I really miss 3D.