Now we're talking! I would be more interested in 3D if I didn't have to wear glasses. I wear my own glasses already, which bug me every day, and having to worry about wearing another pair that are usually bigger and weigh more, not to forget that I can't wear my regular glasses while wearing the 3D ones, so this kind of solution would be nice. Similar to the Toshiba solution, a camera that tracks the faces of people who are watching the screen and software to adjust the picture as necessary - this is the kind of innovation that people are looking for. Now, when/if the price comes down on some of these things, I may actually purchase one or more of these solutions.