I have a screen I bought from an ebay seller. I also have a Doable board.
So if it comes with an RF emitter in the box then that would be better?
What would be the advantage to buying NVision, or is it just NVidia's brand name that's more expensive?
By the way, there's a new review at the Amazon page. Very positive and he suggests Optoma's DLP Link glasses:
"Got mine on my son's birthday. I hook up with PS3, 1.4a compliance hdmi cable, Mustang 120" screen, sony sounds system, two optoma z101 3D DLP link glasses, play 3D games and watch 3D movie. I can not believe in front of my eyes. I am watching and playing 3D in my living room. None of the projector out there without you need to pay and hook up 3D converter can do that. I had compare it with Optoma HD180 as well. I love this 3D projector. I am excited to have this machine in my living room. I am dying to show this to my friends and wife. Another best part is it comes with the RF emitter just in case you want to hook up with RF active shutter glasses. In my opinion, the optoma Z101 is on sale and will do the job nicely both to my two boys 10 and 13 years old and of course myself. You will not be disappointed."