The monitor on the left (not sure what it is) is still readable but still shows a great deal of reflection with the rest of the surface looking much more "milky" than the other screen.
What I don't understand is why the low left portion of the XF700 is washed out completely (the area below and to the left of the hand).
The fact that the hand is more visible in the XF700 is less of a concern because the rest of the screen shows none of the milkiness of the other screen. When the sun hits the screen directly I think this is the preferable compromise.
I guess the other question I have would be if the MoCoSo transflective and optically bonded screen would show the same level of clarity and lack of milkiness as the right side of that XF700 under direct light conditions?