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Ted Nunn, I have HT2050 my self. It took 3 units to get "acceptable" brightness uniformity for video content. And even the best one is not usable for web browsing for example. But again, I see it on videos, tv shows, sport events and probably my unit is towards 70% since I cherry picked. And that is fine for the $450 I paid for it. But you totally missed my point - give me the same HT2050/A but with 80%+ BU, I would pay $1000 for it. There is just no 1080p DLP units with better brightness uniformity ~ $1000 mark (HT4050 is also bad in this regard).