I wanted to have a high quality 3D experience at home, but I didn't want to buy a new TV, so here's how I made it work... If you're like me, you're already using a computer as part of your home entertainment setup, so all you have to do is get it a 3D capable Nvidia video card. Make sure it is "GeForce 3D Vision Ready." Then you'll need a 3D video projector. I bought the Viewsonic PJD6211. Whatever you get, make sure it is DLP 3D capable. I also bought a retractable screen that I mounted on the ceiling, just in front of a wall. With the dynamics of my situation, I'm able to project an image that uses the full 6 ft. width of the screen... and I do it in my very small apartment, so you can do a giant display anywhere if you put your mind to it. Let me tell you, giant is better. Next, you'll need the 3D transmitter and active shutter glasses kit. I got the transmitter and two pairs of glasses for $200 all in off eBay. You will also need a Blu-Ray drive on your computer to be able to play the 3D Blu-Ray disks, if you don't already have one. The last piece of the puzzle is software to play the 3D movies. I use the ever popular Cyberlink. If all you want to do is play 3D games, then you don't need the Blu-Ray drive or the Cyberlink software, but I would advise that you get them. More and more titles are coming out in 3D all the time and as we all know, the 3D 'explosion' is just around the corner. The Experience It's freakin awesome. POV games, of course, tend to offer the best use of 3D, but simply playing with life-sized characters is mind blowing and is a very different experience from watching a small display. Talk about "immersive" ... you have no idea! And when it comes to movies, 3D is just plain fun. There isn't a huge supply of titles as of yet, but I have a friend who works in the 3D conversion industry and he says that eventually pretty much every movie ever made will be converted to 3D. Doing 3D with a computer used to be a pain in the butt to get configured, but with Windows 7, it all just plugged in and worked first time. The only setup issues were that I had to make the video projector my primary display to get the video card to do its 3D setup correctly. So that's how I did 3D and I absolutely love it. If you've been thinking of 3D, I say go for it!!