BTW, Don, since you own an EVO as well, may I ask an unrelated (to this topic) question?
The image quality of my EVO is very nice, but I noticed that the 3D effect tend to be be very disturbing (eye-crazy) whenever an object is filmed at very close range, like less than half a meter or so. In such situations the material is unusable, as I am unable to fix the DX separation enough for the image to be viewable without becoming insane in the process (and even if I manage to somehow fix the close-range object, then all the rest of the scene becomes blurred or distorted). This may be an obvious 3D-related problem, but as you probably guessed already I am a total newbie in this world. Is such behavior expected, or may it be related to something wrong with my EVO or processing? I noticed that the EVO android application has an option called "fix 3D parallax" (the wording might be slightly different, though), which perhaps is meant to adjust for such situations, but unfortunately the option fails consistently on my close-range materials (not before "thinking" intensely for several minutes). Did you observe anything similar with your EVO? Attached is an example of such "close-range-leads-to-crazy-eyes" file.