Here is what I think I understand:
If I want to watch a 3D movie (content on a Disc) then I need a 3D capable blue ray player. That movie will then be displayed on either a 3D Ready or Full 3D television.
If the 3D programming content is being delivered by my satellite company, then I must have a 3D Ready TV, because the broadcasted content has not yet been converted to 3D, as the 3D blue ray player does with the 3D movie on Disc.
If my cable company or satellite company has a receiver box that does the conversion to 3D, then I only need a 3D capable TV. Although I'm not even sure if the cable or satellite guys have such receivers.
The reason for my question: I'm getting ready to buy yet another TV, and trying to decide whether I need Full 3D or 3D Ready. I'm pretty much committed to Dish Network, and although they only offer a few 3D movies, I guess it is only a matter of time before they are widely broadcasting 3D sporting events.
Also my kids are video gamers; they have a Playstation 3 which I assume cant play 3D video games, but I'm sure they will want such video game console when it becomes available. Based on my previously stated understanding (or misunderstanding) I assume such a console would work like a 3D blue ray player and output a signal which a 3D Ready TV could display.
I would appreciate any and all comments, opinions, suggestions, etc. Thanks in advance