Good stuff, man!
I think we're on the same page as far as a future ubiquitous standard. It's funny as we still refer to TVs and computer monitors as if they're separate, which only for the fact we consider them separate could be a single category called "Displays".
That's kind of the point of my original "gripe" was that if a display (PC, TV, whatever) simply accepted a bitstream of video data to display that stream at a given resolution and refresh rate, then you've just removed any role the display would need to play in displaying any content. Then it would simply be the device that streams the content to determine if it's non-3D content, or 3D frame alternate (i.e. at that point there would be no need for any other 3D delivery format, as frame alternate would work great with shutterglasses, etc) then send that stream to the display. Boom - done.
Alas, I realize I can't change history, nor the path displays have taken to get where they are. It seems to me it would be beneficial (not perhaps for manufacturers that was to distinguish their products from competitors) to start fresh with displays and formats so that everyone's on the same page