My LG plasma recently met an unfortunate end, and I'm now in the market for a new TV. My budget and requirements might be slightly unusual because while this TV will be in our main living room, it's not necessarily going to be the primary display device, as I also have a projector in the same room. The projector is used for everything I review on HTF, as well as all movies and most prestige TV shows. My old TV, and this new TV, will be used primarily for casual watching - for new TV shows, for TV on DVD viewings, news, etc. I'd like it to look good, but there's a limited budget that we're willing to throw at a TV that's not going to be used for critical viewing. Something in the $600 price range is about what we're comfortable with. This has led me to consider the TCL 6-Series 55" model and the Vizio P-Series 55" model. Both of those are relatively close in price (I think the TCL is $600 and the Vizio is $750). I've had LED-lit LCD TVs from Samsung in the past and been very satisfied with the look of that technology. It's not OLED or Plasma, but I'm not sure that my needs for this specific TV demand that level of excellence (and my budget can't accommodate it anyway). Since my projector is still an HD model and since that is where I watch all of my movies, I am not planning on upgrading my infrastructure to UHD at this time. The TV would be used to display standard definition material from DVD, and HD material from cable/streaming/BD. So that's where I'm starting, considering those two options. I'm thinking that their top-of-the-line models would be better than a bottom-of-the-line or mid-level option from Sony, Samsung, or LG. I would love to get some feedback from you guys here. Let me know if you have any questions or need any additional info from me!