Hello! Im from Norway, so pardon my english. I bought a new tv for my livingroom yesterday. But today Im not sure if this tv is good enough. I want a 65" screen, with a good quality picture, without going bankrupt. Sound is not important. Im watching films, football, sometime used to play games, but most of all normal tv programs. The tv i bought is LG 65UJ701V. It was on sale for 885 pounds. Normal price for this in Norway is 1 675 pounds. Is this a good tv? The specs seems OK, but Hz is a little low i thing. Only 60Hz. Some say that Hz isnt that big of a deal, but im confused. Has edge LED, that is not as good as Full back led? Im just looking at some cheaper TVs with pretty much the same specs (4K, HDR, 65", 50-60Hz, LED Edge/full back) but they are 100 - 200 pounds cheaper, and not even on sale. So i cant understand why the TV i bought would produce a better picture then the cheaper ones? Espesially if the other has full back LED. For example: Philips 65PUS6262 A tv with pretty much the same specs as i can understand. Had direct led. This tv is in Norway in another lower price range. Normal price without sale is 745 pounds. My question is why is the LG 65UJ701V priced so much higher than for example Phillips 65PUS6262? Sony Bravia KD-65XE8505 is a Tv with better specs as i can see. This cost the same as i bought my tv, and its not even on sale. So i cant understand this.... Im starting to think if i might should bought the Samsund QE65Q6F and be finished with all this tv confussion. This wil cost me 420 pounds more, and kind of out of my budget. The LG tv i bought is actually with normal price more expensive then the samsung qled tv... Thanks for replies!