Thanks! The new sharpening introduced a while ago does indeed work quite a bit better for videos than the old one did. Wasn’t really the reason for changing it, but who would complain about a pleasant side effect. :) In my experience you can crank it up pretty much to the max for movies/videos without introducing any sharpening artifacts since movies tend to look a bit softer than games usually do. You can do that on the Image page of the menu.
@ToxicMike; Yeah, it’s a sad state. I have a great 3D Optima projector that I still use, but setup on this stuff is simply beyond most people. You’ve really got to be an enthusiast to be doing 3D. Maybe the next Avatar releases will ignite the scene again. Personally, I’ve loved 3D movies since way back, and I haven’t ‘pancake’ gamed since I picked up a 3D solution for GT5 on the PS3. Never looked back and never will.