Technically, in regards to image separation, depth (image behind the screen) and pop-out (image in front of the screen) are pretty close to the same thing--just a reversal of the left and right images. You can't have one be possible and the other not. If the display is incapable of wide parallax values (due to physical spacing limitations of the lenticular screen?), then both strong depth and strong pop-out will be hampered. I'd like to see the technology for myself, but I can't imagine buying anything that would diminish the 3D effect that was intended by the director (or anything that looks like a lenticular slipcover).