In the slide player above (due to lower captions not working yet), you are looking at 3 images. Note we only started using this image a few months ago, so have taken it for only a half dozen projectors so far.
One of the three images in the player is a single image, from the Epson Pro Cinema 4030 (more than $1000 less). That is followed by a comparison between JVC's top of the line $12K DLS-X95R, (left) and the directly competing JVC DLA-X35.
That's followed by last year's Epson 5020UB (left) vs. Mitsubishi's HC8000D (note Mitsubishi has exited the home theater projector market in the US, since then).
Then comes another single projector image, this time the Epson Pro Cinema 6030 UB by itself.
In the last image before it starts over, is the Epson Pro Cinema 4030 again (on the left) vs. the more direct competition, the Pro Cinema 6030UB (same performance as the Home Cinema 5030UB), on the right. There isn't one mediocre performer between the this Sony, the three Epsons, the two JVCs and the Mitsubishi.
Also note the differences in how dynamic the different projectors do on an extremely dark scene like this one. So, without captions, the sequence is single image, two side by sides, single, side by side, and then repeat, in case you are having trouble figuring out which are which. And of course, click on the rotating lower pane for much larger versions! (Subscribers, to close large image viewer, the X is in the top right, but may be partially covered by our subscriber bar.)
You can note that some of these projectors do have slight problems with flattening (not enough range of dark gray), that doesn't look quite natural. Remember that all of these are overexposed intentionally. That's not something you are likely to notice when viewing live.