So I've hem-hawed around on here before about replacing my old 2006 model 51" 1080i/720p crt rear projector dinosaur (Hitachi 51F59). Finally did it today !!! What finally nudged me you might wonder ? Local solid waste mgt district had a free recycle day today on televisions including old crt tube types. Normally they charge $0.45/lb for tube and DLP tv recycle fee. And my old hulk weighed about 130 lbs. But today and tomorrow it's free drop-off. So fiancee and I loaded an old 36" 4:3 aspect tube dinosaur from her house as well and the 51" rear projection relic from my place into the Forester (yes they both fit ... dang that car is versatile!!) and off I went this morning. Had to separate the mirror/screen portion from my projection set to get it into back of the Forester along with the huge and heavy 36" tube set from her spare room. So I just finished ordering for store pickup locally today, a 2017 model TCL 4 series 55" LED flat panel set, 4K (upscaled) HDR Roku TV w/ WiFi connectivity, along with a stand. On sale for $379. I know it's not the best tv going right now, but I chose it for the following reasons: 1. I don't watch much tv, 2. TCL brand still gives you a digital QAM OTA tuner (I use an OTA antenna and stream the rest) unlike Vizio who've deleted QAM tuners from most of the tv's., and probably most importantly, 3. I'm a cheap-[censored] and $379 sounded good vs. what I'm upgrading from and that we don't watch a ton of tv anyhow.