LG finally agreed to give me a credit for my defective #G9600 thanks to a lot of arguing by the people I bought my LG set from. They have given me a credit to replace the set. Problem is is that I would have to replace my EG9600 with a 2017 model, none of which have 3D capability. I have 3 routes I could go: 1) another LG set: a 65" B7 2) a Samsung set: a QLED Q7F 3) a JVC DLA- X570R projector with pixel shift. The big negatives with the LG is no 3D and the fact that it is an LG set. The negative with QLED is that it has no 3D or DolbyVision support and the picture, while looking quite outstanding, still does not quite measure up to OLED, even though it is brighter. The blacks look good but they still don't quite reach the level of the LG. The JVC has the advantage of 3D, but the biggest negative is it is a 1080p projector with pixel shifting. I was contemplating going this route, but I'm not really to enthusiastic about spending the credit on a faux 4K projector. Standing and looking at the LG and Samsung sets in the store, I still feel that the OLED set has the best looking picture, although the QLED is certainly no slouch. Problem is that, after essentially being called a liar and being accused of damaging the set, I really hate LG as a company. It is making my skin crawl to think of giving them more business after having to deal with their shitty customer service department. I'm also concerned about having major problems with them if I take another of their sets and another problem occurs, due to their poor quality manufacturing, It also bugs me that the main reason I kept the LG wasn't due to the 4K, it was due to the stellar 3D performance. If I had known that I was going to end up getting stuck with a 2D television set and dozens of dead 3D discs, three of which are presently in the mail, I would have saved my money and never gotten rid of my Panny plasma. What is even worse is that it looks like I might have to give a shitty company's product another chance, because I can't get around the fact that I still like the look of OLED over LCD and LG's sets are the only ones who are covering all of the HDR bases by supporting DV, HDR10 and 10+, HLG and Technicolor. Still, I might have to give all that up and go with the QLED because, damn, I hate LG and don't relish giving them any more business. One advantage with going QLED is that for another 1500 I could go up a size to a 75". I know. First World problems, but I just needed to vent a bit. So what would you guys do if you had had something like this occur? Also a gaming related question for QLED owners who like to game. How do you like the set for console gaming? What is the lag like?