The filters do not come in the package. And for whatever reason, there is still the color shift issue when you tilt your head which I would have thought they would have fixed.
The glasses are far more comfortable to me. There are some things that I simply can't explain. For one, there is some double imaging going on with stuff that does not warrant it (for example: white text on a black background such as warning text). It's there even if a 3D image is not being sent. I imagine this has something to do with the angled lenses since I don't have this issue with my Xpands or 250's.
These are also not as dim as the two glasses mentioned above. This makes the picture brighter and perhaps a little 'washed out' compared to the other two glasses but is easily fixed with some changes to the settings. The slight double imaging above also SEEMS to make the picture look not as detailed but I can't say for sure and it's driving me bonkers trying to figure out if that's what I'm really seeing or if it's just the darker lenses of the Xpands and 250's creating that illusion.
That being said, I really enjoy them. I tried games and movies yesterday for a good 3 hours and I didn't become fatigued like I usually do. There also seemed to be less ghosting in games that I know had it really bad before (such as MotorStorm 3D Rift and Gran Turismo 5). I still can't crank GT5 up to max without really bad double images but it was still stellar at around the 7 mark.
I'm curious to see if other people are seeing what I'm seeing (you see?). I'd love to get the filters and see if that makes a difference beyond mitigating the color shift issue. I have a 55hx929 by the way and its firmware was just recently updated so not sure if these improvements are because of that. Hard to tell when Sony only gives a cryptic "we improved the performance of the TV!"