Here we illustrate the potential benefits of the 3-D views of the Sun which STEREO will provide. Starting with a simple 2-D EIT ultraviolet image from SOHO, we transition to a 3-D model and move through the coronal loops which are constructed along solar magnetic fields. The solar model is constructed from magnetogram data collected by SOHO/MDI. Because we do not see the full solar surface at any one time, the magnetograms collected over the course of a solar rotation are processed through a time-evolving solar surface model to provide a snapshot of the surface at a fixed time. The resulting magnetogram is then processed through the Potential Field Source Surface (PFSS) model. Coronal loops are visible at the higher temperatures of ultraviolet light, in this case, 195 Îÿ_ngstroms, the filter wavelength of SOHO/EIT. For this version, we color the coronal loops green for ready comparison to the EIT 195 Îÿ_ngstrom imagery using the EIT 'standard color table'. Note: Transition from a 2-D solar image to a 3-D solar model and take a flight around the Sun, close to the solar surface. Data Collected: December, 2001. Animator: Tom Bridgman (GST). Scientist: Michael Kaiser (NASA/GSFC), Therese Kucera (NASA/GSFC), Don Michels (NRL), Russ Howard (NRL). Platforms/Sensors/Data Sets: PFSS/Magnetic Field Lines, SOHO/Extreme-UV Imaging Telescope (EIT)/195 Angstroms, SOHO/Michelson Doppler Interferometer (MDI)/Magnetogram.