I think most of us lucky enough to receive them are too busy playing to write.. Actually this review pretty well sums it up for me. http://www.theverge.com/2011/11/10/2...-viewer-review
It is mostly great with a few issues.
3d great..brightness, color, all the depth and convergence you could ask for IF the source material has it
Comfort..not so much. Can be worked with through trial and error.
Too sensitive to placement to get good focus all the time. Again can be overcome but a pain.
Sound is ok but not equal to a room surround sound system. Duh.. You can tip the earphones out of the way and blast away with your home system.
Re pc use:
Without shutters you can see a keyboard. They fall off all the time anyway so i dont use them.
Nvidia 3dtv play. Works fine. All adjustments to depth, convergence are available. ( if the game allows it)
Sounds like some folks are getting ir head tracking to work. That will be nice. I keep turning my head expecting the screen to shift, probably because my first head mount 3d display Emagine 5 or 10 years ago had head tracking. (it was also more comfortable w soft stretchy straps but zero resolution).
Re blue ray:
I watched 2 movies so far. Tangled and Sanctum. Both were significantly better to watch because of brightness and color than they were on my 82 inch multithousand dollar Mitsubishi screen. Shockingly it looks like when I watch 3d alone it will be on my Sony rather than the big screen.
Anyway those are a few points. Sorry back to the 12 games I have to try out and finish before buying all the new list of 3 d games that have just come out. It's stressful lol.