I don't care a whit about 3D. I don't know what it is I'm supposed to like about it, but whatever it is, I don't. I hope it becomes the next big thing so that the advanced non-3D technologies quickly move into the lower price tiers and make perfectly good high-end sets that just don't happen to support 120hz+ input more affordable to average users. But for me, it's basically a headache-inducing extravagance which was cool in the mid to late 20th century because special effects weren't particularly amazing and it had "wow!" factor; now televisions have genuinely flat, undistorted high-resolution screens which provide the "illusion" of depth and realism perfectly well, and adding yet another layer (which is A: limited by the physical dimensions of the television, and B: essentially just exploiting an optical illusion) has not impressed me lately.
It's the kind of thing that is cool at a theater because the screen takes up your entire field of view and so it's almost like the film is happening around you, but even very big TVs don't offer nearly the same level of field-of-vision coverage and so it's more like watching it happening in this sort of smaller box that you're not really in. I mean, yeah, we've come a long way since colored glasses, and I'm not saying it isn't fun sometimes, but it's basically a gimmick/novelty that has already worn off on me before it's even really got started.
I'll be ecstatic when a genuinely three-dimensional projection system comes out, but who knows if that'll happen in our lifetimes? The whole underlying technology has yet to be developed for anything like that to exist, taking into account entirely new avenues in recording, distribution and playback - at the moment it's science fiction. What passes for 3D these days doesn't move me and until it just becomes a feature that everything has, I'll make no special allowances for it in my budget.