I just sold my RP-91 dvd player this week and now I can't watch any of my Imax 3-D movies. I would watch the 3-D movies just like I would any regular movie, through the component outputs directly connected from the dvd player to my Scenium HD tv, then I would feed the 3-D box with the RCA-type output from the RP-91 dvd player and the 3D box connected to the special glasses, and I was able to see glorious 3D effects this way. I have tried 5 different players this weekend and I have been unsuccesfull with all of them, The toshiba SD-2109, the Sony DVP-S530, The Denon 2900, The Sony DVP-C650D and a Playstation II. The RP-91 has the MPG model MN67753IKA made by MEI with Genesis decintarlacers model gmvx1a-gmamfc, I wonder if the decinterlacers have anything to do with the different results but with all these different players when my tv receives the 3-D signal (through S-vhs,RCA or component) the tv stabelizes the image thus killing the posibility of getting depth associated with 3-D, Only the objects that are in movement are seen in 3-D, once these objects comes to a stop the effect is gone. None of the players mentiones above are progressive players, only the Denon 2900 which replaced the RP-91 is and I've tried with all the different setting available in the players but no luck. Can anybody out there explain why this is happening? and if the decintarlacer found on the panasonic RP-91 have anything to do with this? it seems like a complicated issue and one that maybe has to do with compatability between dvd players and the tv in use but very intriguing to me nonetheless. I guess Buying another RP-91 back would be the ideal step but I just sold mine in order to get the Denon 2900 player, maybe there's another player out there that's basically the RP-91 in somebody elses's clothes. the Rp-91 is still not cheap. Any help or information will be welcome.