Every few months I visit my local John Lewis store and check out the latest TVs. Whilst the PQ can look very good with some images (landscapes, sport, natural history) as soon as the screen shows a human face I become disillusioned. Nothing it seems can show it as well as my 10 year-old Panasonic TH-42PH9 plasma. For the uninitiated this was a hugely popular display on this forum back in the mid 2000s. It is a professional display rather than a TV. So no tuner or speakers and very limited inputs. But after having it professionally calibrated by Gordon (still here I hope) the PQ was outstanding even though the display was only 1024 x 768. So HD but not Full HD. I'm sure there are many here who have changed from a plasma display so my question is directed at them. What type of display do you now have and are you pleased with it. I would be prepared to pay the excess for OLED but sadly my room cannot take a 55" screen. 50" is the limit and OLED is not made at that size. I sit around 8ft from the screen and watch mainly TV, Sky Sports and Movies and occasionally my ancient collection of DVDs through an Arcam DV79 player. Sound is handled by a Yamaha RX-A3010 and B&W CM2 & CMC speakers plus small surrounds and a BK XLS 400 subwoofer. TV sound is not too important. What display would best suit my needs?