I've had this unit for a few days and have played with various configurations, including incorporating the VIP Theatre downstream from the Creator using its SBS 3D mode. With the hardware listed in my sig, I've seen respectable 3D results from several 2D animated features (Ice Age 3, Toy Story 2) using the mid-range setting for L-R image disparity. Live action video/film results are a bit more problematic, as the algorithm employed by the Creator generally follows the rule that any object appearing high or low vertically in the frame is placed forward of the major visual plane (aka, the plane of the screen), while objects occupying the center third of the screen appear to be either in-plane or slightly behind the plane of the screen.
While I agree with previous posts that no chipset can produce the dramatic results of an Avatar or HTTYD properly displayed, for less than the cost of 3 mediocre 3D films, with a bit of tweaking, you can enjoy a larger library of 3D movies utilizing your existing titles.
Until Hollywood, et. al. provides "true" 3D en mas, this unit and others like it will offer a reasonable facsimile, and allow those of us fortunate enough to have 3D hardware to expand our meager libraries of 3D software at minimal cost.