This may be too early to ask, but does anyone know if there's at least a possibility of the current Mitsubishi DLP sets that are out right now working with the 3-D Blu-Ray standard when it comes out next year? I know the TVs have been marked "3-D Ready" for a while, but that really applies just to video from a PC- in fact I saw a display at Fry's with one and a sign in small print said "A standard for 3-D on Blu-Ray disc has not yet been established, and it may or may not be compatible with this TV." I'm also wondering if any current TVs can display the older field-sequential 3-D properly? I tried it on a Samsung LCD and it worked when the camera was moving, but still shots blended the left and right images together- it looked like some processing the TV was doing and I couldn't find a way to override it. The quality of field-sequential isn't perfect but I have a few rare titles on VHS that I'd like to still be able to watch. If there's a good chance of the Mitsubishis working with the upcoming Blu-Ray standard I might finally get one- I've been debating for YEARS on a new TV, waiting for just the right thing to come along, and I'm hopefully going to finally bite on something by the end of this year. The 73-inchers are getting pretty cheap and they're what I've been wanting for a while, but I like the LCDs because they have perfect geometry and little to no overscan, so if neither will do 3-D I might just go with the LCD, then wait a few more years to see if the 3D standard really takes off.