Considering getting a new TV, though have a lot of competing $$$ demands at this moment. Looking casually at TVs at Costco, Walmart, Target, Magnolia...gee, they ALL have a really good picture, even TCL etc. Now, I see OLED prices going down, but I wonder if that's right for me. My friend's new 55" LG sure looks good, but I'm at a 60" (Vizio C60M3) and no way I would go smaller. Then my Spectrum guy said I could change to their thing with a Roku or whatever, or Samsung has a built-in app for the Spectrum TV. I really like built-in as opposed to separate dongle! But Samsung is all about QLED. My watching is usually with a LOT of ambient light, windows all over. I tend to watch in late afternoon. Serious movies, rarely. So I wonder if OLED is really so advantageous? And how does it compare to QLED? And, to stretch things, is a smaller OLED better than a size or two larger QLED? Another consideration, given my ambient light situation: which has less glare off the screen?