For the record, Kof, I was responding to someone who was using multiple accounts to spam multiple threads about the superiority of his panel of choice. The LG OLED is not subject to the blue phosphor lifetime limitation like the Samsung since the former uses light filters to recreate colors. As with most displays, it's a power supply or board (or 2) that fails well before the panel proper does. 30,000 versus 100,000 is not really anything to get worked up about in the practical sense. Even with 6 hours of use a day, you still have almost 14 years before you reach half-life (up it to 8 hours a day and you still have over 10 hours of theoretical usable life). There's no guarantee motion performance improvements will come, though it's pretty good now. 60 fps and higher takes the biggest hit, and the matter of input lag is on the cusp of sufficient...the 2013 models are now mostly discontinued, so let's see what 2014 brings.