That's ok. I can read it just fine.
I'm really sorry that you are feeling sick after using Pimax. I do underastand that sometimes the frame rate seems a bit slow. In fact I have no idea what the actual frame rate with different games actually is, however I have not felt any illness with my unit and I have played ED for at least two hours at a time.
It's a pity we can't swap units to see if there is any difference.
I have set the resolution and frame rate for my Pimax in NVIDIA control panel to 2650 X 1440 @ 60Hz, but I don't know if this sticks when in Pimax mode.
Some games (Maybe Elite Dangerous I can't remember which ones) have a fps setting in the video settings, but again I don't know if it sticks when in game.
SteamVR is supposed to have a fps display that can display in the headset, but I have never tried it.
When I play Elite Dangerous, with the current Piplay and firmware version there appears to me more ghosting than with Piplay version 1.1.92. as I remember it.
If this is the case, then it could be due to a lower fps than before because the actual display hardware has not changed.
Although the SteamVR settings show that I'm loosing lots of frames (yellow colour bar), I can't actually see any effect that I can identify as lost frames.
I tried setting 1920 X 1080 resolution that showed no dropped frames (green coloured bar) but the display quality in ED was worse and so I put it back to 2560 X 1440.
Although SteamVR indicates frames being dropped, I don't believe that it's right. I have a very fast PC that can easily handle anything Pimax could through at it.
The only thing I can think of is that perhaps the HDMI interface speed is being affected with later versions of Pimax? It certailny could be possible if the HDMI data rate is not being handled properly.
There must be some communications protocol for streaming data over the HDMI interface.