Thanks to a little bonus I received from work, I've decided it's time to replace my 9 year old LCD tv with a new 4k tv. As this will be my first 4k tv I don't know really what to look for. I use it for gaming (100% racing games), hook it to a laptop for the occasional streaming race, and just regular tv viewing. Usually during the week I would say it would be on for about 8 hours a day but on weekends that goes up to about 14-18 hours a day. I don't know the difference between OLED, QLED, etc. From what I've read OLED still could suffer burn in on the screen but that could be a few years away. What annoys me about my old tv is the high pixelation of things like explosions and police lights or any other strobe type lights. Plus when watching NFL and there is a pass play, the ball looks like it's vibrating going through the air. I also want very black blacks not looking gray or washed out. I need to be at 55" and no more. That's what my current LG is and the wall that it sits against is right at the same width so it fits perfectly. I haven't seen it in person but I understand this LG has a high rating https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/b9-oled Plus there is a Samsung that also comes highly rated https://www.techradar.com/reviews/samsung-q90-qled-tv and it looks like it's supported by a center stand instead of two legs on the outer edge. That's also a plus since my current LG is also center stand supported and fits perfectly on my stand. I'm going to Best Buy tonight after work to look at them in person.