From what I have learned about this, the 3D box should be around $4K in the USA and around £3K inc. sales tax in the UK. I am still trying to get clarification, but on the VC-100 you used to need 2 X VC100 units to do 2D to 3D conversion, I understand from a conversation I had with the Uk distributor this morning that the new Teranex 3D can do everything in a single box, so it's 2D in to 3D out down a single HDMI and into your display device, be it panel or projector.
Given that this technology used to be around $40K for the two VC-100 box's, and was around double that before Black Magic bought Teranex, you are getting staggering value. There is a link in the DCI forum here about the technology involved :-http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1289070
Given the kind of technology being deployed, I would expect this to be better than the 3D Bee by a considerable amount. I know forum member CINERAMAX has been a huge proponent of these units and has used one in his latest screening room.
I don't consider myself to be a huge fan of 3D, but even I am seriously looking into one of these units for my home cinema for use with my new VPL-HW30, it should also make an amazing scaler for my laserdisc player.