Well, I finally decided to take the dive.
I first want to thank all of those that have replied to my numerous questions as best you could. I know that gaming is not a big deal with the majority of the owners of this set, but me and my fiancée like to game. We don't play a lot, but when we do we want the best IQ that we can get...so that is why I was asking so many questions about gaming on this set.
My 65" is ordered and will be delivered this Saturday. I should be getting the Media Player on Friday, I just hope that my set is one that already has the HDMI 4 fix on it. I would assume that it should...I just really hope it does as I would be a bit bummed if I receive a set at the end of August and it still has the old HDMI 4 on it.
One thing is for sure, I will be the resident gamer in this thread and will provide any feedback anyone needs in regards to this set and gaming. I plan to have my Computer, Xbox 360, PS4 & Xbox One all hooked up to this set (when the PS4/Xbox One comes out of course). We also have Comcast X1 Cable Box and Sony's BDP-S790 Blu Ray Player. Joining in on the fun is my Denon 7.1 Receiver. My computer is the one thing I am most anticipating to check out. It is a rig I built myself with 2 Nvidia GTX Titan's, Intel 3930x CPU, 16gb of Ram, 2x512gb SSD's, 1 TB HDD, 3 TB HDD and Blu Ray drive. The CPU and GPU's are on a custom water loop as well. So basically it can easily handle a 4k signal, albeit at 30fps because of the HDMI limitations, but there are a lot of games that play completely fine at 30fps..yes, I prefer 60fps but will switch to 1080p for those games that I prefer at 60fps such as racing games and fps games. Platform games, adventure games, MMO's would be fine at 30fps. Just curious what that resolution will look like!!!
Pushing that resolution at 60fps would be a tall order as well, but when they do provide the HDMI 2.0, I guess I could add a 3rd Titan to my rig!
Anyways, thanks again to all the feedback. I am sure I will have some more questions as the delivery get's closer. For example, for 4k, what is the best HDMI cable to get that have high speed but also are not outrageous in price?