- Large sections of content in this review will be lifted directly from the RS25 review. There's no point in re-writing most of this review. Some areas though will be different. Performance page - and calibration pages, will have new content relating to measurements and calibration. The summary, of course will be different, as there I have to assess the value of the RS35 as a $10,000, compared to both the RS25 and all the other competition.
As you read through this review, you should end up as impressed as I have been. Having the RS35 here, along with the new InFocus, the lower priced JVC RS15, and the Mitsubishi HC3800 (not to mention the recently reviewed LG projector), I must admit it's been a challenge to disconnect the RS35 to put other projectors online, I'm so enjoying the RS35. For the Olympics, now, I'm mostly using the RS35, but I have gone to the brighter LG for some of the daytime viewing.
The last major decision I'll have to make is this: Do I sell my RS20, and lay out a lot more money for an RS35, or do I "suffer" my RS20 another year or so, before I go into hock again for another expensive projector? I will say, that if money were not an issue, I'd have already called JVC to say - "you ain't gett'in this one back, so you might as well send me a bill". I am blown away! (but not for the reason you probably suspect).