As a PC gaming enthusiast who has been watching the markets and technology I think you are overlooking a problem with OLED technology. My understanding is much like plasma, OLED will suffer from image retention or "burn in". I guess it depends on how often and for what length of time you plan to be playing games with a non-moving static Heads Up Display area, Personally I wouldnt risk it, but I tend to do long gaming sessions with many non-changing areas on my "monitors". For now I'm wating for LCD/LED to hit 4K with 120hz native input before I decided to buy again. I've used 30 inch LCD's, a 56 inch DLP, and currently running a 70 inch LED next to a 55 inch LED as my monitors. I've avoided plasma, and will avoid OLED. To each his own, but make sure you take all things into account. Watching movies with a health bar burned into the edge of the screen doesn't sound fun to me. I may be incorrect in my understanding of things, someone with more knowledge may feel free to come and correct me on this.