Good is relative. You might want to read the latest issue of Wide Screen Review which has a long interview with the head of a company that does 2D to 3D conversions for the film industry. If you think some chip in a 3K class projector, or for that matter an $85K class projector, can do a good job of 2D to 3D, then we are using the word good incorrectly. If you like 3D and wish there was someway to convert your 2D sources to 3D, having a down and dirty gizmo built in to your projector is better than nothing, but there really is no way for an object to be translated into 3D without a pretty good knowledge base of objects for which you want to generate an alternative eye view, On some material a conversion by a projector can look OK, on others it has to suck, A conversion box would do it somewhat better but even that would suck on much material. I would like to have it an a 3D projector, but I just wouldn't expect it to meet a definition of good. Maybe OK for somethings.