The only interesting bit is where they say they don't know if they'll support 3d or not. I thought they were, considering the 3d set-up they had at one of the cons.
Nvidia's drivers can do stereo rendering even without actual support from the game, although you get best results with direct support. That way you don't have to fiddle with stereo separation and have problems with the UI and mouse pointer.
Honestly though I think that LCD glasses in a game you're going to play for hours and hours is a bad idea. The smaller the screen the greater the eyestrain it cases. When you move your head around the image on screen doesn't parallax like your brain expects it to, and this causes eyestrain over time. This isn't much of a problem on a giant screen in the theater but on a smaller monitor the effect is much more pronounced because your head movements are more larger compared to the size of the screen.
You'd probably be better off buying an extra two monitors and setting them up for surround gaming. The cost of two extra monitors is about the same as buying one 3D monitor and you need an SLI or Crossfire system to do either one with a smooth framerate. Edited, Aug 23rd 2010 3:39am by Lobivopis