So, after 6 years my 60" LG 3D 1080P plasma finally died. Got a lot of use out of it and really enjoyed its stunning picture. I started shopping for a replacement and finally settled on the LG OLED65C6P 3D 4K and the LG UP970 3D 4K Blu-ray player. Prices at Amazon and Best Buy were in my budget but still seemed rather high. For years I had purchased TVs and other A/V equipment from Video Only at their Cathedral Hill location in San Francisco. Their prices were very competitive with Circuit City and Best Buy stores in San Francisco. I found their flexible pricing through judicious bargaining a major reason for staying loyal. Buying 2 pieces of equipment and asking for 10%-15% off the total price worked quite well. However, after the San Francisco store closed I found myself using Amazon and Best Buy instead. Still, I thought I'd try Video Only again and contacted them via email. Told them I wanted the 3D 4K TV and 3D 4K BR player and home delivery for $3100. I got an email response offering me an open box LG OLED65C6P. A further email stated that the TV had a loose optical connection but otherwise was in like new condition. The price for the TV was $1900 with a 5 year in home warranty and delivery to San Francisco at the end of the week. The BR player was $250. TV and player came to $2150 plus tax. Fixing the optical connection at a later date is covered under the 5 year warranty. Can't wait to set this up in our TV room were I'm currently using our backup TV, a 32" Sharp Roku 1080P. If anyone has advice or suggestions regarding calibration, I'd love to hear from them.