Hi all, I'm looking to replace my Panasonic P42ST30B which has served me reasonably well over the last 5 years apart from the notorious green tinge issue. My living room sadly won't take anything bigger than a 50" panel so my search has been somewhat restricted. My initial research led me to an an interesting LG 49SJ800V which seemed to be great value at £649 as it had a lot of boxes ticked such as full 10 bit panel, 120hz refresh rate and Dolby vision but having looked at one up close the build quality seems to be very poor and the black levels terrible (likely due to the IPS panel). But this is where I think I'm going to struggle to compare my old plasma ST30 set with any of the more modern LCD/LED sets. Am I correct in thinking that black levels won't really be comparable to the plasma's of old? My current favorite is the Sony KD-49XE9005 priced with JL at £1,199. Appreciatively I'm not comparing TVs from the same price range when considering the aforementioned LG but my budget is somewhat unrestricted. That being said I'm still wanting value for money. Although the LG OLED55B7V would be fantastic, the size of the panel is too big and the price doesnt reflective value for money given the speed of TV tech development at the moment. My question basically is, am I missing anything? Or should I just shut up and buy the XE9005? Thanks for reading (and replying if you have the time).