Though far from perfect, the game was still a novel, impressive experience for the handful of people who got to see the limited broadcast at theaters in LA, Boston, and New York. (More exciting than the game itself, in which the Chargers flattened the Raiders, 34 to 7). I'd gladly do it again. And I may get that chance, along with many more people, next month. "We are working on something for January," said Real D's president, Joseph Piexoto. He didn't give many details, aside from explaining that it will be a live event that is "more public-oriented," meaning for a bigger audience in more locations. But, he said, "Until everything's signed and sealed, I can't really say."