Here is some findings that are going to be a little shocking... I found settings within the MV3D transmitter that almost completely eliminated ANY signs of ghosting, even during the most difficult scenes. I don't know how I missed this the first time I tried it a few weeks ago.
Here is some info:
1. Expand 103's - cycled through the various modes to get it to sync with the HW30. I believe it's #4 on the cycle (it's the only one that will sync as far as I can tell). This causes 5-10 second flashing. If I lower the 'glasses brightness' in the HW30 menu, it will be rock solid and offer identical performance as the Sony's, WITHOUT the bizarre effect of the polarizers creating ghosting while moving your head around. The tint of the 103's isn't my favorite, but it's certainly not a deal breaker.
2. Monster Vision 3D - I have the RF transmitter powered by a blackberry charger. I am using the IR receiver that comes with it and keep it close to the Sony emitter. Perfect 5 bars of sync signal. After going through some of the timing adjustments randomly, I found one that reduces the ghosting by a substantial amount as you can see in the photos below. The best part is, now that it's RF, I don't have to fuss with the Sony emitter if I choose to use the RF glasses.
Photos: 1st is no glasses, 2nd is the Sonys, 3rd is the Xpand 103's and 4th is the Monster Vision 3D. Notice the sign, the ghosting is almost completely imperceivable in the photo and is invisible to my eyes when A-B between the Sony, Xpand and MV3D's.
I also find the MV3D's the most comfortable since I wear prescription glasses. They are larger and don't have the curved arms.
no glasses - look at the sign and the light behind his left ear.
Monster Vision 3D