Hello, Just a quick (and first) post as someone who has now had his B7 for a couple of months and is eager to share his experiences! There are a few things that I did not expect, which someone who's looking at buying one might like to know. Loving the TV on the whole, but it has been a love/hate relationship at times. I am finding that I am constantly having to tinker with the picture settings, depending on what I am watching. My previous TV (Samsung 5500) would seem to cope better with a diverse range of content. The deep blacks have taken some getting use to, along with the feeling that a lot of detail is being crushed in dark scenes. I guess this is just due to there being no back light, although getting the balance between true blacks and seeing detail has been a chore. Star Wars (or anything in space) films in particular have been tricky - getting away from grey space and getting the feeling that some detail is not coming through is a little frustrating. Viewing Freeview interlaced broadcasts is not great. Whilst the picture is just about acceptable, you start realising that a lot of detail is being crushed - I noticed this mostly on football games where the pitch would take on a velvet like appearance and I couldn't see any of the marks on it. The TV would also be very unhappy de-interlacing images and applying various settings, which resulted in some ugly motion processing and other artefacts. I have gotten around this by investing in a cheap Manhattan Freeview HD box which has been set to send a progressive signal. The problems were no more after this! Except from a minor band about a foot from the right, which is noticeable in panning shots across a football pitch - this will get LG a phone call before too long. And the fact that a £35 box can better de-interlace content than a £1500 TV irks a little The Manhattan box also leads me into the next couple of observations - the TV guide on my B7 is awful. It's laggy and takes 10+ seconds to fire up. The Manhattan one is much nicer to use. It's just a shame that a further remote control is now needed. As someone who is sensitive to motion judder, I have found getting used to this to be challenging. My old TV had motion judder but it was far less offensive than it is on my OLED TV. Getting the right balance between minimal judder and limited artefacts has been challenging. The main fix has been getting progressive feeds to the TV and whilst it is not perfect now, it's less challenging to watch. The speakers are very tinny. Thankfully I have a home cinema system - and hopefully others do too! The WiFi is not great - sometimes slowing down to 4-5 meg. So I am now using a cabled connection. Most HDR content feels a little dark - from my reading, this is due to it being mastered to a higher light output than what the B7 can kick out. The Grand Tour and Marco Polo appear very 'moody'. The screen protection/input timeout is very aggressive. I have an old Wii attached, which I used to play old SNES and N64 games that downloaded. Sometimes, the TV interprets me trying o boot a game as there being no input signal and it kicks in the screen saver. So there are some games that I can no longer play on it. The interlacing issue also presents itself with the Wii - 576i looks considerably worse up-scaled than a 480p image. But on the whole, the up-scaling is excellent in my opinion. The goods bits? The quality of the picture on the whole is amazing once you have it just so - right settings, right content, etc. The range of apps available is excellent - I love having Netflix, Amazon, Now TV and all of the catch up services in one place. In spite of the super bright nit numbers quoted by Samsung, the TV is plenty bright enough - even in my relatively bright living room. I just wish HDR content would be a little more palatable. Anyway, hopefully this post isn't out of place for a new member!