Normally we don't even like 3D in theaters. And home 3D has generally been worse. That said, we saw "Gravity" in 3D in the theater and it was like nothing we've seen before. Whatever the producers of the film did that upgraded the 3D quality should be copied by anyone who makes a movie in 3D. And when I can get that quality at home I might consider 3D TV.
BTW, a couple 3D trailers before the feature were so awful I'd be afraid to see those films in 3D for fear I'd be nauseous half way through the film. With "Gravity" we just enjoyed the film and the 3D without being overwhelmed by it.