To be honest, I'm hoping that they just cut their losses and replace it. For a £2k TV to have to go back twice for repair for different faults is ridiculous. Once its been messed about with it's never going to be the same IMO. I don't really use 3D so wouldn't mind swapping that feature for HDR10 and some of the newer features available. Here's hoping.....[touch wood] Mine has so far not missed a beat but I remember a few people getting a mix of board replacements and screen replacements for a variety of issues, maybe this time it'll just be a board and won't have to do the screen lottery again. My worry is as we start reaching the end of the Currys cover they may have issues sourcing parts and just do replacements, with the problems that can involve like arguing the difference between your idea of equivalent model and there idea plus not much choice regarding the loosing 3D these days (does anyone still make 3D TVs?).