Fancy features: Not a strength of the RS10. This JVC, like the RS20 is more about image quality than razzle dazzle. As such, it doesn't offer a dynamic iris. In fairness, it doesn't need one, nor would I call for one, but I wonder, how black could the black levels get on dark scenes if it had one? Would it be better than the RS20 without one? It also isn't capable of 120fps output from 60fps sources, but does output 96 from 24fps sources. It doesn't do creative frame interpolation. Of course frame interpolation is a brand new feature in the home theater projector market. (I do like creative frame interpolation when viewing sports, for example.) I suspect the next generation may offer some of these, but, I wouldn't trade the RS10's overall picture quality for any of these features. If I would, I'd be looking at Panasonic PT-AE3000 and Epson UB series projectors. Given a choice, I'll take the JVC's picture quality over another projector, not quite as good in that regard, but loaded with the fancy features. Most of us will.