Sounds trivial to most people but I've been without a tv for like a decade or more now. I last bought a rinky dink 32" Sceptre LCD hdtv in November 2006. $599 for 720p! I gave the tv to my parents in 2008 or so since I barely used it. Believe it or not, that thing is still alive to this day. I made another tv purchase in Dec 2014 for a $350 plasma samsung tv for my parents as a christmas present. And few days ago, I bought a TCL 6 series for myself. Specifically the 55R617 model. It replaces the 55P607 model from last year. Price was msrp at $650, but I had $141 credit card points to deduct from it. I can't believe how much homework I had to do to understand what I was looking for spec-wise.. local dimming zones, types of HDR, hdmi arc, wide color gamuts, etc. I was able to resurrect some old gadgets I wasn't using anymore. My old creative speakers I used to use with my pc are now connected to the tv. The nexus player I scored for like $20 a few years ago is in use now.. except not really. The built-in roku software on the tv supports 4k and the nexus player doesn't. The nexus player doubles as a chromecast and supports bluetooth, so I'm using it as such. That, in turn, had me resurrect my old plantronics backbeat pro headset. I'll have an apple tv in a few days to mess around with. I'm thinking that I'll probably ressurect my old haswell system as an htpc at some point.