Now I'm waiting for 4K 3D where that will fix the resolution issue.
LG have 4K TVs with passive 3D that sidesteps the half resolution issue for 1080p 3D, however there is no 4K 3D spec and likely never will be. When designing the 4K blu-ray spec they purposefully left it out. I doubt you'll see 4K stereoscopic 3D that isn't Half-SBS for this reason if you see any 4K 3D ever.
For me, 3D failed because thanks to complaints about nausea and headaches, studios got completely gutless with the content. The depth of the 3D image is practically non-existant. Gives the impression of staring into a shallow shoebox diorama.
The only good 3D from a TV I have ever experienced was Tomb Raider 2013 on the PC an only because you could dial the 3D intensity up to silly levels. Meant that looking from Lara to the ground 100ft below required a proper adjustment of your eyes and it was much much more effective than anything I have ever seen in video. Sadly it made it detrimental to the gameplay, but hey ho it was fun and I persevered for the whole game like that. But there are very few 3D stereoscopic games without resorting to 3D hacks and pretty much none of those stretch the field of view even a tenth of what TR did.