First of all I had to edit your post again to remove the insults. This is already the 2nd time that I had to do that. You're more than welcome to discuss here in a polite way like all other users do. If you can't do that your account will get banned.
Second of all you seem to have failed to understand everything that was discussed here. Re-read the last few posts. We all figured the 'filter' was a way to protect your eyes from the beginning. It now seems that was wrong. It's not a 'protection' for your eyes. It also doesn't make sense, if brightness would have been a problem, why not dim the brightness like you can do on any smartphone ? The panel is almost completely identical as in the Sony Z5 premium, In fact, it's the exact same model, it's just one revision newer than the one Sony uses. And like mentioned, 'blue light' can also be electronically dimmed, just like Pimax actually did (the "cool colours on/off" is just an LCD setting, it's NOT processed by the shutters)
The reason Pimax has put those shutters in must have been to overcome LCD ghosting. Just like everybody said, without the shutters there's much more ghosting (I failed to see it myself at first but it's indeed true). I think their idea was that if you use shutter technology you can dampen the panel's ghosting.
Several people reported that they feel more nauseaus using the Oculus at 90 hz than the Pimax at 60 hz. I now think it must be because of those shutter glasses.