Originally Posted by anthonymoody
Markey per my prior post I had a strong feeling you'd miss the size. Here's another option for you...
Return the 65" for a 75" but get the 6400 or 7100 instead, and pocket the $2000-3000 difference. You'll get 90% + of the performance and have a bunch of money to put toward the inevitable upgrade when larger 4K sets have approachable prices.
Not sure he's moving forward with what you propose.
I'm assuming he interested in the F9000 for improved pq over the F8000.
Your suggestion is to now get a lower level tv with lessor pq over what he originally had... to save money... when he spent more money on the F9000 to improve what he had?
Just as one finds it hard to go from a bigger screen (immersion) to a smaller screen, no one wants to go from great pq to lessor pq. That's going backwards, not forward my friend.
Waiting for 4k to come in bigger sizes (that are affordable by regular joes like you and me) and more importantly actually have 4k sources, well, who know when that'll be.
We're ready for a tv now and we're all just trying to find the biggest size, best picture that we can afford. Some people justify their purchase by price (like you anthonymoody) while others purchase by the best pq first, price secondary, like most of the early adopters gravitating to this thread my friend.Edited by bekindrewind - 8/16/13 at 8:27am