So I couldn't wait and watched this last night, projected on a 92" screen from a Epson 3020 projector. I have to admit I enjoyed the 3D more than the actual film itself. In other words, it's no House of Wax but it's still alot of fun. If you like "in your face" 3D effects (which I do), this movie will not disappoint. Fists, surgery tools, cigars, guns, etc. all come flying at you. Seemed like a solid transfer (although I am far from an expert). I saw very little if any crosstalk on my system. Exterior shots had great depth. Not saying interior shots didn't but whatever lenses were used for the film pretty much kept everything in the frame in focus (albeit soft at times) which gave the interiors a claustrophobic feel (small sets maybe?). Medium and long shots pretty much kept the entire frame in focus but close-ups did not - or at least this is my recollection the morning after. I hadn't noticed this on House of Wax or Dial M For Murder - so it seemed to stand out in this film but it may be common and something I've overlooked in other 3D and 2D films. All in all, I think it was a great release and I hope Twilight Time continues to mine Columbia's 3D vaults and that other studios relese more of these gems. I'll buy them all! BTW - just to note that when I first started playing the disc, there was a weird green line across the bottom of the screen (almost looked like I had to adjust the tracking from the old VHS days). Thought I had a defective disc but I started the 2D version then restarted the 3D version and it was gone. Probably was just my system.