So I asked at medhelp and listed my prescription. A doctor there responded with
"There are many reasons for your problem: your glasse RX could be wrong, if you're over 40 you may need no line bifocals for 3D viewing, you may have an eye muscle problem (strabismus) that either causes you not to be able to perceive the 3-D effect or it may cause eye strains, headache and sore eyes. Many people have these problems and big reason why 3-D TV hasn't really caught on.
Cannot tell what your reason is.
JCH MD "
I definitely experience some eye strain. Also not being able to resolve pop out effects properly makes 3d a bust for me. Maybe if they come up with a way to disable the pop out effects and still have it look good it may work for me. I guess my purchase choices for equipment or which version of a movie to get became a little easier.