ahhh...3D tradeoffs, lol. The experience of 3D , when it comes to depth or stuff coming out will seem better on diff t.v.'s depending what the tech is. For instance, I have a viewsonic pjd6211 projector shooting a 75 inch picture on my wall. Now, the thing about projection 3D is that the size of the image does effect how well the 3D is when it comes to rear projected things. I have a friend who has a 32 inch 3D t.v. and for being so small compared to my projected image, he get way better popping out then i would if i had my projector only projecting a 32 inch image on the my wall. You can even have a better 3D experience on your 3D t.v. at home more then if you saw that same movie at a theater. Diff technology does 3D diff. 3D, when it comes to rear projection and maybe front projection like older DLP t.v.s, seems to carry it's effect on the size of your screen that the 3D image is on. I need to make my screen as big as i can to get the best overall 3D effect. And, yes, I do have a giant 75 screen but i have to use shutter glasses, which block 50% light to begin with not to mention the loss of brightness when i switch my projector to 3D mode but even with all that i Love having a giant screen! it's a trade off. 3D t.v.,more brightness, 3D projector far less brightness but BIGGER image vs the price of buying a 3D t.v. with the same screen size. At the end of this year i hope to switch to a far brighter projector with better resolution and every thing, there by making my 3D experience far more enjoyable. I wouldn't dream of trading my, less brighter and other downsides of my 75 inch screen, for a 50 or 60 inch 3D t.v. that would have far better brightness and so on for anything. I like size. Some will vary on that opinion but thats why we have so many choices. I've had my projector for almost 3 years and the price i spent for that projector then i can spend on a newer projector that would eat my current one for breakfast. It's awesome to seethat the price of 3D has come down so much in past years.