I've found that 3D movies (when properly done, of course), tend to be awesome for the first half-hour or so, but by the time of the hour mark or more, one either has a headache, the novelty of depth has worn off, or both. So, perhaps the ideal place for 3D would, in many cases, be TV episodes less than an hour long. (So long as they've also been remastered for HD and are presented using a home projector, that is!) This thread, therefore, invites you to select one, and only one (ish), episode of any genre series for a high-quality post-conversion to 3D. Which eps do you choose? Here are some of mine... TOS - I'm not a TOS expert, but how about "The Squire of Gothos," with all its Q-like trickery? TNG - Since "The Best of Both Worlds" is two episodes, might as well be safe and go with "All Good Things..." DS9 - Not a DS9 expert either, so I'll have to pick "Trials and Tribble-ations", making a DS9/TOS two-fer! VOY - For length and visual variety, how about the two-parter "The Killing Game"? ENT - "Dead Stop" is pretty tempting, but I think I might have to go with "Regeneration" for visual variety and excitement. DSC - No idea, haven't yet seen it. Picard - For its action and visual doo-dads, the S1 finale, I suppose. Bonus! Trek films 1-11 - Lots of great possibilities, but I always have a soft spot for Generations. And some non-Trek selections... The Mandalorian - "Chapter 6: The Prisoner," even though it mainly takes place in hallways, for its great action and suspense. Smallville - If not the pilot, then maybe "Lineage," which is a great character piece that hearkens back to it. Carnivàle - The pilot, "Milfay," is probably the best bet; otherwise, the cliffhanger finale "New Canaan, CA." Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. - I've always considered "T.R.A.C.K.S." to be the series' most cinematic ep, plus, Stan Lee! Arrow - This is a hard one... maybe simply the S2 finale "Unthinkable," the show's high-water mark? They all kind of blend together. The Flash - Also a hard one. Maybe "All Star Team Up," because Ray Palmer and Felicity guest-star? Legends of Tomorrow - Though it's a bottle show, I vote for the time-loop episode "Here I Go Again." The Man in the High Castle - the S2 finale "Fallout," with John Smith speaking at the Berlin Volkshalle. Westworld - I've only seen S1 so far, so, I guess the S1 finale "The Bicameral Mind." ReBoot - the Mad Max-inspired "Bad Bob," which may have helped inspire Fury Road.