Completely agree. Nothing wrong with being concerned with the overall aesthetics of the P65, especially considering the price.Maybe if this were a cheap TV, sure. At $1,500-2,000 for a P65, attempting to diminishing someone's displeasure with a part of the design is a bit asinine. Design quality is also important in mid-to-high level TVs. Having had other models of the same year, the relatively "huge" silver bezels contrast to the dark screen and I also find it to be quite unappealing. It makes it seem cheap, even. I much prefer their approach on the 2015 M-series, which used a black bezel that disguised its size. This is something I wish they had carried over, because it would make the front look far more attractive.
Personally, I like the brushed metal/silver bezel. It feels and looks more high-end, and it's not distracting when watching as most may think. For me, black plastic bezels don't equate to high quality anymore.