Overall, the PX727-4K's menus are very similar to the BenQ HT2550, with most items on the same main menu pages, and usually in the same places (the color borders are different).
A few minor complaints. First, Lamp controls are hard to find, located on one of the menus. Best when Eco/full power is found on the Picture menu, which is the menu most folks spend most time in.
The other issue is the Picture menu - selecting between the different picture modes. It's a toggle, rather than a pull-down menu, so you can't see the names of all the modes at one time - only as you scroll through them, which takes several seconds to bring up each different on.
On the bright side, however, for this feature, is the fact that there is a direct button for each of the modes on the remote, so using the remote's direct access solves this minor inconvenience.
Documentation of the menus, in the manual are reasonably good, sometimes even explaining why you would choose certain settings over another.
All considered a respectable, but not great menu system. Fine though.
A full set of menu images will be added shortly (if not already there).
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