So it looks like the pixel flipper removed the menu IR for now. I was litterally turning my head upside down trying to see it. Don't think I did. Still going into the sd/usb section leaves IR of the word media but quickly disappears once another screen comes on. It is just weird how some of the Panasonic menu's items like to stick around but no sign of anything else doing this.
Anyway, I know 3d has been in question to a lot of people. I just watched some 3net just now. I am going to say this. With motion smoother turned to mid, it does not create the SOE like people think. It does not look like it was recorded on a cheap camcorder. You really have to see it to understand. It looks nothing like what you would think with a motion smoother on. Having said that, the 3d is pretty incredible on this TV. I truly believe it looks better then my last Samsung e7000 plasma as well as the LG passive 3d sets I have tried in my home.
It is unfortunate you have to change some settings to get the 3d to work, and I am sure a lot of non technical people who buy this TV will have no idea how to get the 3d to look good, but let me tell you, It looks good! I think what initially scared me was I rented a 3d movie from VUDU and no matter what I did it did not look good at all! I am coughing that up to their service and their stream is probably not good enough for 3d. Also, I had an mkv file that looked okay but was not perfect. It was an entire 3d movie but it was only 700mb so I am sure that has a lot to do with it.
Watching blu ray 3d's and also watching 3net has shown that TV has some great 3d depth and pop out, probably some of the best I have seen once you change some settings around.