I saw the Sony 4K passive 3D set at a Best Buy Magnolia store the other day. The set was not calibrated, which the sales rep warned me about before I viewed some titles that I took with me. There was considerable black crush, but despite the inaccuracies, the 3D looked very good - no loss of vertical resolution (like the LG sets), bright and punchy. The 3D glasses were great - neutral tint, passing plenty of light, as well as being extremely light and comfortable. The 65" set was $7,000 - far too expensive to make much difference in 3D sales, IMO, but it hints at better things to come. When I got my first set in 2010, there were literally NO titles that could be bought in a store - only bundled titles. That held true far too long, but now I have about 100 3D titles in my collection (and I certainly don't own all that have been released). Most are not great titles, just like my 2D collection. I'd like more and better 3D, but IMO it's here to stay this time around. The biggest reason, I believe, is that although it's not a runaway success story, it's not that expensive for manufacturers to implement it in modern digital sets. 3D Blu-ray players aren't expensive, either, because it was easy to expand the Blu-ray format to accommodate Blu-ray 3D. I bought a Sony 3D player for $79. The initial "3D frenzy," with its cheesy Avatar wannabe's and cheap (lousy) conversions may have slowed, but there's no reason to fear that 3D is going away. Great (or even very good) 3D titles will be as rare as great 2D titles, but that's to be expected.