I imagine you're not going to be happy about my advice, but I think you'd be better off with:
1) Optoma HD131xe projector -- Why? It's less expensive, more modern technologiy with a faster refresh rate of 144hz for the display (which avoids the motion judder unavoidably associated with 120hz 3D displays and also reduces flickering), and it gives you a choice between DLP-Link and RF glasses. DLP-Link is cheaper but RF is better.
2) EStar ESG6100 RF glasses and emitter -- Why? RF is better than DLP-Link because you can lose contrast and shadow detail with the "white flash" (or "red flash") used to sync a 3D projector with DLP-Link glasses. You can also lose sync in very bright scenes with DLP-Link. I've used both DLP-Link and RF, and I'm firmly sold on RF.
I have no strong recommendations for a receiver or a 3D Blu-ray player, although I have heard good things about the Sony BDP-S5100 Blu-ray player. My previous 3D Blu-ray player was a Samsung, and it just didn't hold up very long. (I don't have the Sony player; I bought an Oppo.)
My main reason to encourage you in this direction is NOT that the Acer is an undesirable projector. From what I've read, it's an excellent projector, and I seriously considered it myself a few months ago. But the twin advantages of the faster refresh rate and the choice between DLP-Link and RF glasses give the edge to the Optoma (in my opinion, of course).
I hope you enjoy 3D in the home as much as I do!