One pair of 3D glasses to rule them all - CNN.com Now the manufacturers, as always, will use proprietary 3D glasses at $150-200 EACH and who knows what else. Reports are that the initial 3D televisions are already sold out. I will be right there checking them out when they get to the market here. Some side effects, some say, are headaches etc, well, along with what seems to be increased advertising time per hour and less program content, one has to ask, is TV really worth all this aggravation? Some programs, I have noticed are ending like 54 min past the hour and start one the hour for a few seconds then back to ads until 6 min after the hour, and of course once the program begins the barrage of ads, popups,scrolling text and logos driving one totally NUTZ. All in all, it might be great for Blueray viewing and I am sure they will charge much more because it's not only BlueRay, but 3D to boot. Promises to be interesting, if it works out I may upgrade to a 60" 3D unit, who knows. Maybe with luck there will be a PC/WEB interface in 3D and I can see all you members in USMB in 3D. OMG now there's a vision!