Alright, I just got a PS4 Pro last week and it simply isn't fun on my old 32" FullHD from Samsung. So I'm looking at a bigger upgrade to UHD. Since I'm not too flush with cash, I was looking to pay less than 500€ (Germany here, not UK). I know that right now's probably the worst time to buy, but I don't want to wait for Black Friday or next year. What are your sources going to be? eg - Do you have fibre internet capable of UHD streams? Will you be buying and using an UHD Blu-Ray player? Netflix? Amazon? Catch up TV? HDR consoles? PC? Mostly UHD streams (Netflix and Amazon) as well as my PS4 Pro. Too broke for UHD Blu Rays. SD vs HD vs UHD use percentage? eg 20% 60% 20% I guess 0-30-70. Movies, sport, console games, PC use (in percentage)? 40-0-60 How close can you view the TV? About 2m Do you need to view the TV from the side or only straight on? Only straight on. What conditions do you like to view in? During the day? At night with lights on? In the dark? Mostly in the dark as I'll close my blinds during usage. What are you currently using and what do you expect by upgrading to a new TV? A Samsung 32" FullHD TV I bought 7 years ago. Didn't use it much as it wasn't as SmartTV (so watching streams was a hassle). Are you interested in being able to use motion enhancements on your TV to reduce judder and/or reduce motion blur? Both frame interpolation and frame insertion let you do this, read more about it here. They both have their upsides and downsides, so read carefully. Don't think that I'm interested. My main concern is picture quality. I don't care about sound (I've got speakers) or about software (as I'll probably use my PS4 and its apps). I am, however, aware that I can't get the best stuff considering my budget. HDR would be cool, too, though that does appear unfeasible for that price. Although I have read that HDR for games is a lot "easier" than for movies. Or something. I don't know. Personally I'm eyeing the Hisense H50U7A right now as it seems to be ticking all the right boxes and can be had for 580€ already (guess that'll drop in a few weeks). Reviews seem very positive all in all and better than comparable Samsung in that price range/class. Other candidates are the TCL U49C7006 and the Philips 50PUS6262, though those seem a lot worse actually. I also like the Philips 43PUS7303 and don't mind reduced size. I'm happy with anything between 40" and 50" really. Well, that got a lot longer than anticipated. Cheers for everyone who's read it all.