Last night I sat down with the 3D Blu-Ray "Cloudy with a chance of Meatballs". I must preface this by saying that I do NOT have one of the new 3DTV's on the market. I have a 2 year old Samsung HL61A750 61” 1080p using the Panasonic DMP-BDT350 Blu-Ray player. The shutter glasses are from a previous purchase made for the TV that work just fine running at 60HZ for each eye. There have been a lot of questions on this forum about whether 3D will catch on for home viewing. Do we really need it? Will people even bother spending the money on something that can almost be called a gimmick? Quite frankly it was nice to actually sit down and view an entire movie in the new 3D format just to see how it holds up. I like 3D. I try to see movies in theaters in 3D. I have my own anaglyph (red - green) 3D movies in my home collection. Obviously the local Cineplex is still the best place to see 3D movies (although theaters do vary). Anaglyph home 3D is basically the bargain basement version. It works but the coloring is terrible and overall picture quality is something to be desired. After seeing all types of 3D systems in my lifetime, this new home 3D standard basically rocks! The awesome clarity of Blu-Ray coupled with a high refresh rate for each eye equals a home 3D experience I have never seen before. Every detail can be seen and movement was smooth with almost no flicker. I didn’t realize how immersed I was in the movie until it was over, even more so than in the theater because I didn’t have people around me creating distractions. At this point I’m pretty much sold. I will continue to purchase 3D titles and wait for the prices to come down on 3D home theater projectors. My Samsung is 61 inch so I can only imagine how great this 3D will be when blown up to over 100 inches. If you are collector of Blu-Ray titles, I would highly suggest starting your 3D collection now. The Blu-Ray titles contain a 2D version so you can enjoy them before you purchase your 3D system. Personally I’m already drooling to see Avatar in 3D again which hopefully will happen later this year. So, definitely 2 thumbs up. I’m not saying rush out and buy yourself a 3DTV and Blu-Ray player now, but if you are a home theater enthusiast, keep this in the back of your mind and save your pennies. I guarantee you will not be disappointed.