Guys,I'm curious, ever since 3D came out, I've not been able to really see the effect most of the time. I think it's due to my eyes not converging the image properly, so I wrote it off. But then last year I got a new plasma that is 3D capable and only within the last 6 months, I got a new Oppo blu ray player and I am able to finally see all the 3D blu rays I had collected. I always got the copy that included the 3D version just in case.So then something interesting happened. I noticed if I sit closer to the TV, I can see the effect. This was for Promethius when I figured that out. In the theater, I could not see the 3D effect! At home I could if I sat closer. Dial M for Murder worked better surprisingly.I tried Star Trek Into Darkness which I did see in IMAX and I could see the effect on the screen in the theater. So the blu rays mostly works for me, when I recalled the effects that worked in the theater. However, the big realization hit when I saw Gravity in the theater. The 3D really worked for me and I could see most of it if not all of it. Then last night I saw the 3D blu ray of Pacific Rim, a film I did not see in the theater. That film was terrific and the 3D for the most part was working!So this made me wonder, it seems all the movies from Warner are the ones that work better for me in 3D. How can that be when the systems I see them on in the theater is the same as other films ? At home I have the new Oppo 105 player ans a Panasonic VT30. I even got up and walked around the room and got farther away from the screen and illusion of 3D was still working on Pacific Rim. I suppose I could try some setting changes to see if that helps on the TV for other films. But on the whole, it's neat to finally see the effect when it works. My normal viewing distance is 11 feet and the screen is 65". I tried moving closer between 12 and 15 inches which made it work better for the non Warner films. I'll do more experimenting now that I've found a solution of sorts. Could be also my brain is adapting. The ashes floating in the air or water droplets on the screen are very subtle and works great when it works. Thanks for any insights.