Finally took the 4K plunge a few months back with a 65" LG C9 OLED. But after having been bitten by the 4K bug in a BIG way, I just had to up the ante by getting me a 4K projector! And when I say "BIG", I mean near top of the line BIG! So last week I welcomed into my home theater, a full 4K, (4096 x 2160) no pixel shifting going on here, SONY VPL-VW885ES with a 20,000 hour rated laser life! This, without a doubt, is the largest sum of money that I've ever laid out for a home theater device at one time. However, I've spent way more that that over the last 40 years on this hobby! I've been into projection over 10 years now, and although my 65" LG C9 OLED has perfect inky blacks and eye popping colors, it lacks the immersion factor of a 120" diagonal screen (not to mention my 143" diagonal Ultra Panavision screen). This may sound like sacrilege, but I've never had a professional calibration done on any of my TV's or projectors. But I'm going to make an exception this time. Any recommendations out there for someone who has tackled one of these beasts before? I'm in CT.