Hi - new here, but just dropping in because -- this. I just splurged on a 55E6P entirely because of 3D. A friend recently got a 65 and I was blown away by how much better the 3D was than on my Panasonic ST30 plasma. Which I still love - it's still better than just about every other non-OLED TV -- but the E6P blows it away, and without active glasses. I had always been fond of 3D but honestly didn't watch it too much because it required putting in my contacts, a dark room, -- basically a commitment.i guarantee if everyone's first home 3D experience was on my OLED, home 3D would be doing just fine.
After my friend got the TV I actually went out and bought some better active glasses for my panasonic so I could wear them over glasses at least. Picked up a few new 3D films on blu ray and I was instantly re-hooked on it. Before long I broke down and decided to get the LG after I read that they were not going to be made with 3D any more.
Anyway ... I couldn't agree more. The passive tech on a 4K oled is stunning. It's too bad LG didn't just hang on a couple years until the OLED tech came down to a price point where more people would consider it. My hope is that if 3D cinema is still alive in a few years they will reconsider it.