Maybe you have a super awesome 240Hz LCD. Technically, its refresh rate should probably support new FHD3D (full 3D HD) Blu-ray signals. But it can't because of this diagram (by HDGuru3D)—how the information is sent to your television.
Bad news for both you and 3D. Your fancy receivers can't pass 3D signals because they aren't equipped with HDMI 1.4. And on top of that, even more bad news: only one of Sony's 4 new receivers supports 3D.
The Video Electronics Standards Association has codified the standard for the next version of DisplayPort, and the small, Apple-loving HDMI competitor, and it just got a lot more interesting. Like, multiple-monitors-on-one-plug interesting.
Happy Festivus, readers! You lot have disappointed me in so many ways, I'm deciding to punish you with these Remainders four: HDMI prepares new 3D-ready spec, Kindle DRM stripped, Steve Jobs takes a $1 salary, and snow snow snow snow!
Somebody got a little too eager to share the good word about HDMI 1.4, since PCMag's original story has vanished. Short version: 100Mbps internet, higher resolution (4,096x2160@30Hz) and stupid, stupid new cable BS.