Guys, while e-Dimensional shutter glasses does not offer the best resolution and quality, it is fairly good in a dark room (imagine the theater experience). It runs with regular monitor. You don't need 120Hz monitor to use it. You see flickering at 60Hz and much less flickering with 75Hz. You don't really see flickering in the dark and best of all, it works with 3Dfier! Just select the output format as interleave from Highly recommended Stereoscopic Player (or from 3Dfier control panel if you use Media Player Classics) and that's it! Enjoy e-Dimensional with 3Dfier!
Thanks to jcon's feedback on e-Dimensional with 120Hz projector below:
I use eDimensional shutter glasses together with a 120Hz compatible Acer projector and there is a better way of using them with the 3Dfier plugin: You can use EDActivator.exe from the eDimensional homepage and select "page-flipping" from the menu. In Stereoscopic Player you also select "software page flipping" as the viewing method. In 3dfier you select side by side output instead of interleave. This combination gives a much brighter picture!