I followed the steps posited by Sherazta on page 65 of this thread using my brother-in-law's PS3, but in Portuguese (we live in Brazil) I was having a hard time with the menu. So I finally switched to English on the PS3 and got 3D on my QUMI2 via a VP3D1 converter($200 on Amamazon).
I grabbed a 3D BD of Avatar, knowing my wife would love to see it again, and the first 3D movie experience on my QUMI2 was - unreadable subtitles and garbled 3D video. I checked that I did have DLP_Link selected in the 3D menu on the QUMI. I thought my 3D glasses must have a problem. Actually I think it has to do with synch. Anyway after a few minutes of weird 3D and unreadable Portuguese subtitles I thought the left/right views look reversed. So I rotated the glasses 180 degrees and Bingo! Now, we did have them on the correct way to begin with so don't go there. But I can suspect there is a setting somewhere I haven't checked yet that will allow me to to reverse the left/right views. Anyway my wife liked the fit of the glasses better upside down.
Once the glasses were readjusted, the 3D was excellent, the subtitles strangely appearing somewhere in between the foreground and background much of the time. The white floating seeds seemed at time to appear between us and the screen. I was most impressed by the scene in the river after the main character jumped off a cliff into a water fall. Excellent 3D.
As one would expect the brightness with the glasses on was quite reduced. (pic below). I have read in this thread it may be 75% as bright. That's a lot for a' movie like Avatar that has many, many scenes in a forest, at night or otherwise not bright scenes. But my wife said she thought the 3D from the QUMI was much better than what we saw at the 3D dolby digital theatre in town. So that means it will do for now. Besides I only have one other 3D BD, Prometheus, and a lot of it is dark scenarios too. But next trip to the USA I'll be looking to pick up a brighter projector.
Can't wait for a copy of the hobbit or other 3D movies I haven't see yet - Hugo, Shrek 3, etc.