Hello all. I'm currently researching TV's to upgrade to a bigger 65" UHD screen with HDR. I understand that TV's now have to use a minimum 10bit panel to support HDR (And LG OLED's are 12bit?). I will use my TV for Freesat, Netflix/Amazon, Ultra HD Blu-ray, PS4 Pro and PC for 4k gaming. Specifically with regard to the PC - I use an Nvidia Titan X SLI (Maxwell 2) GLU Would it be possible to set it to: [email protected] 4:4:4 10 Bit And also have HDR? Or is it only Displayport that can support that sort of Bandwidth? My 2014 Panasonic 58AX802B actually has a DisplayPort connection but it's an 8 bit panel so it's of no benefit over HDMI 2.0 Am I to assume Panasonic dropped DisplayPort from their 2016 TV's? And Is there a possibility that Samsung's UHD 2016 TV's could let you upgrade/replace the 'one connect' box in future to support HDMI 2.1 or DisplayPort 1.3/1/4?