I just got the DVD of the 3-D IMAX film "Haunted Castle" from Slingshot Entertainment, which uses field-sequential 3-D with LCD shutter glasses to show true 3-D (with separate left and right images) without the color distortion found with the red/blue glasses that have been used on other 3-D videos. It worked fine with equipment I bought 10 years ago from a company called 3-D TV Corporation (not sure if they're still in business) which put out several B-titles in 3-D on VHS. The glasses plug into a box, which is plugged into a Video Out jack from the VCR or TV to synchronize the LCD shutters on the glasses, which rapidly flash to block out the image that eye isn't supposed to see. The same type of glasses used with this were also used for the 3-D games on the old Sega Master System, which I also have. While I wouldn't say it's perfect, it does work better than any other 3-D video system I've seen- my main complaint is that the picture flickers a bit, and since the glasses are dark-tinted you have to turn up the contrast and brightness on your screen to watch with these. The disc comes with info on how to get an updated 3-D viewing system from i-glasses.com which uses cordless glasses (the ones I have need to be plugged in). Has anyone gotten these? I'm wondering if they work any better than the old glasses I have (possibly eliminating the brightness problem?) You can get 2 pairs of cordless glasses and a synchronization box for $50 by mail-order. I hope they do a good job of marketing this; I'm going back to Tower to pick up "Ultimate G's", another 3-D IMAX movie, and then wait for Friday the 13th Part 3, House of Wax and all the other 3-D movies to come out!