Okay. Best Buy finally got a few of the new 3-D TVs and BluRay players in. Being a 3-D geek I wanted to check them out. Well......I wasn't impressed. First of all the glasses were uncomfortable. Instead of resting on the sides of the bridge of your nose they rest on the top of your nose. So after 1 min I wanted them off. Also I had to press the on button around 6 or 7 times just to get them to turn on. This will be great for those who have trouble with small buttons. How about the picture? Well I saw Monsters vs Aliens and some demo disc with a volleyball game. The 3-D movies that I see in the theater occupy a space from zero to infinity. The pictures I saw on these TVs occupy a space between 2 and 3 feet away from you. The depth was very shallow. Maybe this would be different if the screen was closer to 60". But how many of us are going to have one that big? A good example of what you see could be compared to the image you see through binoculars. You have depth but the space between the objects appears to be less than it actually is. I'm curious to hear what others think. If you are a 3-D hater please don't respond. Leave this to those that normally enjoy this fad.