That does sound like a lot of effort. I was thinking more simply, take a photo thru the left lens and one through the right. Then use stereophoto maker to join them into an MPO file.
Glassesless offscreen photos just show that the image is either deep or popping out pretty far, but doesn't prove that individual layers are properly spaced apart from each other.
I'm really curious to know where other AVS'ers stand in trrms of what is acceptable 3D quality for a converter. Some of us will no doubt be very impressed but others I imagine will stuck to waiting for native or Hollywood postconverted 3D content. Seeing as I was not impressed by Hollywoods conversions up til the Titanic trailer, I will probably be in the latter group.
I see this as one big ongoing sales pitch. Creating hype on internet forums. Keeping the device away from people who might criticize it. The thing is your speeches are painting this device as equal if not superior to native, and it's really time you let us decide for ourselves.
A movie with good 3D does not necessarily equal a good 3D movie!