Thanks John, i've definately decided against getting this device. the top unit (3D theater) would be over $650 after the unit, glasses and adapter for glasses. I've had my current TV 2 1/2 yrs and would honestly rather spend $2000 and get the 3D from normal 3d content, plus 2d to 3d conversion and a much better regular 2d picture than my current TV. Actually you can get a good TV that's under 2000 that does all that, i believe the Panny P55GT30 is a good example. Anyhow, this may be better suited for people that haven't had their TV that long, or bought it just before the 3D craze. Maybe if it was cheaper, right now it just gets thrown in the mix with the rest of the stuff that is making 3D too expensive still.