Ok, fair enough. We both come from 2 very different schools. I like the gimmick; you could live without it. For your sake, I hope 3-D for the home utilizes the aspects you prefer (depth, spacing, distance, etc.). Another question for you: if the 3-D format goes the route you want, will you then opt to get the machinery for 3-D home viewing? I ask because if the answer is still no, then the back & forth discussions on these threads is sadly a waste of time.