Yeah, there will probably be a new better TV in the coming months, and yeah, they are making those other ones that don't require glasses, but those are still a ways off and might be uber expensive, while the one I just bought wasn't too bad at all, but this weekend we bought a new TV and went for 3D because quite simply, I was blown away when I saw games running on it. I also watched Transformers: ROTF in regular 2D 240hz on this new LCD, and holy shit, the forest scene. Sony is about to make Killzone, Wipeout and Little Big Planet 3D in June and Gran Turismo 5 will be 3D ready when it's released. So I found a cheap copy of Avatar the game just to see what's in store, and while the game is "just ok" the 3D looked pho-king amazing. It's not about the crap that comes out at you. It's about how deep into the background you can "see". I actually spent half the time just walking around looking through the jungle. I stopped next to one of the little buggies and it felt like I could reach into the screen and grab it, or turn the little steering wheel. I can't wait for Killzone and Motorstorm's unlocks. So yeah, like with consoles, I did the usual and early adopted, but I needed a new TV anyway, and I was surprised to learn that TVs could go online now, read media files of USB sticks, complete with Divix and H.264 support, and do Netflix and Blockbuster streams. But the 3D on gaming is what really sold me.