I think that most of us who visit AVS Forum will want anything that pushes tech forward. We are not the masses, but the nitpick crowd who care about this little concept called "quality". Call us purists, enthusiasts, tech geeks, or whatever. In fact, I am all of those, as many of you guys are too, and we are proud of it!
My only concern is content. For instance, there still is not really any broadcast 1080p. Right now, I sit here as I type, watching a playoff NFL game through DirecTV on a horribly compressed signal from CBS. The picture is so bad that it looks flat with no depth. I compare it to the old iTunes compression where music lacked depth and warmth that I regularly got in a CD, even in my car.
The cable channel AMC is just as horrible as CBS. To contrast, ESPNHD looks excellent in 720p.
My point is, it's 2013 and we still are dealing with over compression of 1080i. I know that with the recent Netflix upgrade, that new compression rates and methods are coming; just not fast enough.
I have a year old 60' Samsung Plasma D series, and Blu Ray looks about as good as it can get at this screen size. In another 6-8 years when I look to upgrade this set, I will look to go larger, at least 80', and if 4K is affordable by then, then of course I'll buy it, but that will also mean a new receiver, which I only recently upgraded. For those of you lucky souls with projectors, 4K is more than necessary right now.
It will all come down to content and delivery, which may take a while unless some radical changes start to occur.
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