Having taken delivery of my 65XE9305 I'm one step closer to my AV setup being finished. The next issue I'm trying to work out is content. And some games. I want to be able to stream 4K/HDR through Netflix/Amazon etc and take advantage of that lovely screen by playing some games on it. Then maybe once or twice a week stick a 4K UHD bluray on, not heavy use. Both PC and TV are in the same room connected by ethernet to the router. I'm loosely considering two solutions: 1. Panasonic UB400 for BR, nVidia Shield connected to my PC for streaming and gaming. 2. X-Box One X for BR and gaming, Roku+ for streaming, Steam Link (already owned) for the odd PC game. I've always been a PC gamer (albeit casual) but playing mostly FPS games I don't think it'd be a huge jump to go to a console, and I've heard tell of how good the One X looks on a properly specced TV. I've also enjoyed messing around on some Android games on the TV using a Xiaomi BT controller. I gather a firmware issue has sorted the X-Box UHD BR issues. On the other side, the Shield looks very capable but I don't game enough to pay for their subscription service. And my PC is due an upgrade (TV money put paid to that) but will run BF1 on a mix of medium and high settings, I don't know if that would be a bottleneck for picture quality when gaming or if the Shield upscales things. Any views on the pro's and con's of either of those solutions, or is there a third solution I should consider?