picked up the 32" - e3d320vx - from Walmart last week as well as a "high speed" DVI-HDMI cable (HDMI 1.4)
Works well with Netflix via built-in wifi
PC - connected to gaming PC (2x nVidia 9800GTX) via the DVI-HDMI cable but the mouse/keyboard lag is very bad unless you enable GAME mode in the settings, which sometimes you have to disable and re-enable.
Response time is also poor when playing full screen games compared to a 22" Vizio I tried out last month.
Have not yet been able to determine how to get 3D to work for PC games.
Do you need to enable the 3D in the nVidia driver settings as this does not seem to support the type of 3D as one of the 4 choices?
EDIT - I discovered that for PC gaming you either have to have the special nVidia 3D Vision Pack with active glasses or you have to purchase additional NVIDIA 3DTV software for $40 and have an nVidia GTX260 or betterhttp://www.nvidia.com/object/3dtv-pl...uirements.html