What I wonder is who this is for--it can only be used by one person, and it's kind of expensive for that. It's really best suited--like 3-D itself--for video games, especially of the 3-D variety. It's extremely immersive; you can't see anything besides the screen, or hear anything besides what's coming out of your headphones, which is great for gaming. At the same time, though, it's extremely unnerving to move your head and find that the entire screen moves with you. You don't need to move your head, since you have a perfect view of the entire screen, but it's a natural reaction, and it broke the immersive spell every time. It's also chained by its power/data cord to a set-top box, so forget about blindly roaming around your house or even taking it on a plane unless you're prepared to set up a power strip with several full-sized pieces of home A/V equipment.