The S667 is somewhere between entry-level and mid-level when it comes to pricing. At $329 it's more than the average Joe is willing to shell out, but priced under the BDP-83. And the player reflects that. It's not bad, but it doesn't do anything out of the ordinary.
If you picked up a 3D capable Blu-ray player from Sony, today's the day you can drop the 'capable' bit and just call it a 3D Blu-ray player. The ability to go 3D no longer exists in potentia – it's actually here.
If you're looking for 3D on the go, the Dynabook is a great option, in that it's your only option. For now anyway. Toshiba's new laptop sports a 1,366 x 768 resolution LED backlit 120Hz LCD panel. It comes complete with Nvidia's 3DVision, which enables 3D gaming, 3D movie watching, and – a first for laptops – 3D Blu-ray capability.
The idea of using the Kaleidescape system for Blu-rays is appealing, but the practical application just doesn't seem to be there. The M300 and M500 players are designed specifically to work with the Kaleidescape server for playback. When connected to the server, they can play backed-up Blu-rays at full 1080p resolution, 24 frames per second, and with bitstream pass-through of Dolby TrueHD and DTS-HD Master Audio.