Well, I started to build my media room (for my son) as a Christmas gift but I think I am missing some important information but I can not find what it might be. The long story short is that I have a projector TV (SLP ready), 3D Blu-Ray standalone player, (Active 3D Shutter glasses) and an xbox360, along with a wii. I have set it all up and everything looks great except the 3D. To help explain what I have, here is the list of the specific items I have. ViewSonic PJD5133 SVGA DLP Projector (3D-Ready & up to 120Hz refresh rate powered by DLP® Link Technology) http://www.amazon.com/ViewSonic-PJD5.../dp/B005EV1R8Y Panasonic DMP-BDT220 Integrated Wi-Fi 3D Blu-ray DVD Player http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B00752R4PK/ SainSonic SSZ-200DLW 3D Active Rechargeable Shutter Glasses for DLP-Link Projector-White http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007MYZE26/ The last part of the equation is that I have a 2TB external HD that I need to play my movies off of, including my 3D Blu-Ray's which are all side by side copies. When I try to play them now through the wii or the new blu-ray player, I get two images, side by side just as I do if I play them on my normal computer. How do I hook up an external hard drive (USB 2.0) to a device that then sends the 3d movie via the HDMI cable to the projector so I can play all my 3d movies? Also, when I play my original 3d blu-ray disk in the new player, it only shows the one image (as expected) but the 3d is not really working well because nothing seems 3d but the shutter in the glasses are working because it makes me a little quesy like motion sickness. (I may be too sensitive to watch 3d movies) I have the settings on the DVD player set correctly to 3d and the projector should be set right as well. Am I missing a peice of equipment or is it my settings? I have been seeing a lot of talk about HTPC and using computers with special video cards, is that the way to play 3d blu rays if I want to run them off of a hard drive instead of the original disks? If I need equipment, what will I need? I prefer to spend a fairly small amount, nothing above a couple hundred of dollars maybe.