Niko, I did and it seems the only hope is that it may be fixed by a software update. Like the squatch, I love the 2d performance. I also got the TV for $150 as a replacement for an SXRD so I feel I already got a great deal. While I agree with you that the 3D needs work, it is not a huge problem for me. Basically I wasted 80 bucks on glasses but I could just sell them to someone for $40 or so down the line. I'd rather wait and see. I wish I had a PS3 to further test the issue, and the frame packing vs side by side performance, but I have a feeling the limitations of the TV processor or software is the real issue. Let me know if your replacement is any better and I may follow suit.
The 3D issue is really not too bad with some things which is why i think it is a translation issue. I'm having fun playing thru COD Black Ops again in 3D depsite the problem, which is not too noticeable in that game. Also, Crysis 2 actually lets you control the 3D Depth so if you turn it down, the doubling decreases. This is what leads me to believe the TV is not defective. Do you have Crysis 2? You can actually see the images coming together onscreen as you turn down the depth setting.