I'm fine with it. The fact of the matter is that 3D is a dud and they know it. They like putting "3D" on the box, but they sell more TVs by lowering the price a bit and not including glasses, as most people will never use the feature. Or they'll use it a few times and then never again.I can't argue with you opinion but it still doesn't make sense from a marketing standpoint. Look at it this way. They are built into the price, they just don't want to give them to you. We're just getting screwed. Still OK with that? By the way, what other brands are also doing this?
Yes, I know there are certain movies that are great in 3D and all that, but the facts are the facts. Consumers never asked or pushed for 3D, it was just a technology they added a little while back to try to sell more TVs and movies. It was never popular, and it's less popular today than ever. It was the 2010 equivalent of curved screens.