I watched the first disc last night on my new 159" High Power screen and Optoma HD3300. All I can say is, "wow." Like being there. I thought your review, Ralph, was spot on. The deck shots and feeling of depth were spectacular. I had the opportunity to visit a Titanic exhibit a couple of months ago, and they had a mock up of the Grand Ballroom staircase. Seeing it in 3D in the movie was quite moving. On the 159" screen it felt life size. Other memorable moments were: down in the boiler room--all those giant pistons and feeling of depth was breathtaking, and inside stateroom shots. This movie is a game changer for me. I never thought that a 2D to 3D conversion could look this good. The movie had a slight old-fashioned warm look of the original that took away some of the realism (could be my projector settings, but don't think so), plus the 3D made Kate Winslet look a little plump and puffy with a big head, and Leonardo looked younger with a smaller head. Other than that, the 2D to 3D conversion is excellent, and I'm now a believer--can't wait for other movies to be translated--like Alien, maybe.