Currently have a 720p 42" Panasonic Plasma that is about 8 or 9 years old. Moving house so we can have a new tv Mainly watch Freeview/FreeSat HD plus HDDVD/BluRay and stream some 1080p. May get Netflix or Amazon 4k when fiber comes in a couple of months. Lounge is fairly bright and this tv is just for general tv viewing. Distance from sofa to tv is about 3.8m/12ft and viewing is straight on. Size wise thinking of 55" but bigger always better. Budget is about £700 max and can wait till 'Black Friday' sales to grab a bargain and if something special maybe increase budget a bit. Ideally looking at Richer Sounds or John Lewis for great warantee. So trying to get reasonable picture, misses likes bright and colourful, I prefer to use calibration discs and play with setup. Seems like all panels are 8bit some with FRC but all seem to accept HRD10 input. Very difficult to get decent technical reviews on budget tvs. Looking at: Hisense 55N5700 LG 55UH615V Sony BRAVIA KD55XE7002 Samsung SAMS-UE55MU6120 LG 55UJ670V Hisense 55N6800 Ranging from £579 to £699. So any thing that makes any of the above any better and any alternatives to look at? Thanks for any help you can give.