I do have at least 4-pair of the X105's (probably 6), along with others I've been accumulating over the years (mostly the Panasonic ER3D4MU RFs (4+); and some older IR ones too). But I've never really used them, since I never had a display device that does 3D as well as JVC's current series of projectors reputedly does. My RS400 has been sitting in the box waiting patiently for me to get a room ready for it, for probably several months now.It's very hard thin plastic so not sure what you mean by "warming" but if you read out on the internets it's a widespread problem and after the 1st set cracked I've been very careful but still cracked another 2 (and fwiw I don't have an Abby-normal head,,, avg 7.25 hat size). Do you own these?
So this was just me piping up with a potentially helpful comment, while not really knowing what the hell I was talking about. Normally I avoid risking that, but I felt I knew you well enough from your posts that you'd take it in a friendly way, even if it turned out I was FOS. Which you did. Thanks.
[I have taken hard plastic items in the past and warmed them with a hair-dryer, or soaked them in hot water, and then successfully was able to reshape them, without having them snap. After having snapped a couple when I first tried bending w/o pre-treating them. Hence the source of my "ingenious" suggestion. ]