For comparison purposes, below, is the same text photographed from the recent review of the Optoma HD7100 home theater projector, which uses DLP technology instead. As you can see, and as expected, the LCD projector's pixel structure and artifacts are more visible than the DLP's.
Of course for most business applications, or if you are using this in your home entertainment room and sitting fairly far back relative to the screen, the pixels will not likely be a critical consideration. As long as I mentioned home entertainment again, I would recommend a seating distance of 1.5 - 1.6 times screen width to limit visibility to a minimum in stationary bright areas, and white text like movie credits.
Audible Noise Levels
The Sanyo is not quiet. With lamp in full power mode, the Sanyo PLV80 is rated at 33 db, and that's a fair amount of noise (at least by this year's standards - 3 years ago, that would have been considered a quiet home theater projector.
I say noisy, but let's put that in perspective. it seems just a touch noisier than the Optoma HD7100 home theater projector (in full power mode),we finished reviewing last week.
With the lamp in low power mode the Sanyo noise is moderate, and on the high side of acceptable for a "home theater projector". In the business world projecting spreadsheets or Powerpoint presentations, or in a family room environment with a football game on, the noise should not be an issue. In fact even in high power mode when I used the Sanyo for some quick HD sports, during the afternoon, it was livable and became unnoticeable.