After months of hand wringing and years of anticipation, I finally pulled the trigger on a 65" LG C6 OLED. (Almost went with the E6 but couldn't justify an extra thousand dollars for a crappy soundbar I'll never use with no difference in picture quality. Picture on glass is impressive but so is the $8000 wallpaper design...). The 2016 models are an immediate leap in brightness, color gamut, and software quality over the 2015 models. The 2017 models don't impress me...for a 15% brightness increase and maybe less black crush I'm not sacrificing 3D and for double the price. Even after seeing the newest Sony and Pioneer OLEDs, I feel like I own the finest television ever made. I had been ambivalent about 3D, and now I'm snapping up every 3D blu ray I can find. A shame they've abandoned home 3D right after perfecting the technology and making it worth owning. I swear it's more immersive than any true IMAX screen I've watched. Finally making the jump to 4k necessitated the purchase of a stand alone player capable of doing the screen justice. I opted for the LG UP970 because it was the only 4k/3d player I can rely on supporting Dolby Vision. Let me say definitively: 4k has always been great on a computer monitor 6inches from your face. I figured and still maintain that the difference between 1080p and 4k from couch distance is a minor upgrade and mostly barely perceptible at 65"....it's the proper use of HDR /Dolby Vision on an OLED screen that makes the jump from 1080p plasma or LED tech feel as significant as the jump from 480 to HD. My Blu Ray collection is almost entirely either HDR or 3D films...I have to say given the option of both I almost always prefer the 3D presentation as the more immersive, considering the TV seems to do a decent job upscaling the image. Dolby Vision is a different story. I will watch the silliest tripe in Dolby Vision just to drool at a color spectrum I didn't know could exist. I cannot wait until the first physical media is available next month... Please post your current/previous OLED TV or monitor models, as well as 4k blu ray players and your impressions compared to other premium screen tech. I've searched an I'm surprised how little hype there is surrounding dolby vision. 4k be damned, Dolby Vision + OLED simply slays the best plasma or LED panels I've seen past the $10,000 range.