Well, coming from a KURO owner to a KURO owner (I've a Pro-111FD), I'd advise waiting to see how it shakes out. Even though there's an industry push, it could be simply a footnote in entertainment (Betamax anyone?), and worse, you could be stuck having shelled out thousands for a display the full potential of which might never see.
I'd say, don't be in a hurry, enjoy your KURO for another year or 2. By then, we'll start to have a better idea of where these things are going. By then, reviews will be in, and we'll know if there are any long-term side-effects to wearing those glasses (remember "The Jerk" and the opti-grab? What did we learn from that movie, if nothing else, children? Don't mess with people's eyes!)
That's what I'm gonna do.
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