I have some feedback on the MViewtech box.
Using the Nvidia machine. It works beautifully, exactly as they say on their website. Split images are perfectly in sync and I have had no issues running any 3d vision game with this box
I was impressed by how easy the software install was. Just hook up the cables, plug the USB-RS232 cable from the box to your pc, and then run the configuration tool. Pick the com port where the box is installed and then your given some display options. From here it gives you the option to run 120hz split to 1080p 60hz x 2, and 3840 x 1080 sbs option and others. After you set your mode just restart the pc and your ready to go in this mode. If you select the 120hz mode, nvidia control panel then sees it as 1 Mviewtech monitor running at 120hz.
This has changed my 3d experience from at times a little frustrating into a joy to use. I can now use my desktop without constantly scrolling back and forth between the left and right screen like with 3840 x 1080.
It works well with Cyberlink Powerdvd, I just mount a blu ray image and play, with full menu support which was nice after getting use to loading seperate left and right eye images with Stereoscopic player and having no menu's/scene selection.
One issue the box is quite noisy, sounds like it has a tiny fan spinning really fast. This is not so much of an issue with me as I am use to the sound of the Benq W7000's in torch mode, and always have my sound quite loud. The build quality is quite good it feels solid and well made and comes with a one year warranty.
Apologies Blackshark I haven't had an opportunity with time constraints to try the AMD machine with display port and 120hz yet but will do so this weekend, I am looking forward to trying some of the games that worked well in 24hz Stereo Tridef on my Amd machine (NFS The Run) in 120hz. Plus the native amd hd3d games like Tomb Raider and Deus Ex.
Now I am just waiting on 2 Geobox 202's to align my images perfectly and I should be set