Hi all, I do 95% of my TV watching via my HTPC that I built, currently running a 1050TI so has all the neccessary hardware support to enable Netflix 4K via either the Windows Store App or Edge. In August, I used a ebay 10% voucher code to order a Philips 65PUS6262. That had to be returned due to a coil whine issue coming from the main PCB which they could not fix (even with a "new" replacement board). However, during the few months I had with the TV I noticed very bad judder as well as stutter when viewing Youtube on Firefox and Netflix via the App. Switching to Chrome for Youtube helped somewhat but it was far from smooth. Switching the output refresh rate of the GPU to 59hz seemed to help the Netflix App a bit as well. I was connecting at 4K60 @ 4:4:4 chroma (though 4k59 at a later stage) After researching, judder is apparently due to having a 24hz media source on a 60hz signal, and stutter is due to having low pixel response times. Before the philips, and what I'm back to now, is a cheapo 50" e-motion tv I got from Asda years ago. I connect to it at 1080p @ 60hz - but I get no judder or stutter issues from it. I can only assume the SoC Philips had in the TV was trying to do something funky to the signal and failing. Reading reviews on rtings, it seems some TVs are able to detect 24hz content over a 60hz signal, which is presumably what I am going to need? My two shortlist models for black friday are: Samsung NU8000 Sony XF9005 Currently leaning towards the NU8000 as the Sony is using an underpowered SoC from 2016 which makes the Android OS a pain to use. Ideally I want to be able to connect at 4K120 as 120 is divisable by 24, 30 and 60hz media content, which would get rid of any judder. But that would mean waiting another year, possibly two for HDMI 2.1 to become fully realised. Stutter wise, I'm kind of in a rock and a hard place, as really its just a factor of large TV panels and low FPS content. The larger the TV, the bigger the distance each frame "jumps" so the percieved stutter is increased. However, I really dislike the soap opera effect that motion interpolation introduces (I'm fine with content natively shot at higher FPS). I see with both the Samsung and Sony they have settings to play with motion interpolation, so maybe I can find a setting which takes the edge off the stutter but doesn't introduce the soap opera effect. Is anyone else running a HTPC with a >= 65" 4K panel? If so what have their experience been with regards to judder and stutter? Unfortunately AMD does not really have a half height GPU that is an equilivent to the 1050TI, otherwise I could connect to the NU8000 using freesync @ 1080p, which would also solve the judder issues. Any advice is very welcome.