Looks tasty! You going to bar tend for the COR, Del, and hook us up? We are the dedicated few who remain!
Thankfully, it's one of my poor bastard coworker's weekends to work, although I could easily burn a few hours on Sunday patching Windows VMs with this month's "quality only" updates.
Even though we've been WFH for over a month, I'm still managing to log more hours than I would be if I were driving over an hour each day, round trip, to go in to the office.
We FINALLY joined the modern display technology world at home this week with the purchase of a 2019 model LG SM8600 TV. As much as I would have liked to have gone OLED, this model was half the price for the same underlying tech (wide color gamut via a quantum dot filter, Dolby Vision and Atmos support, HDR10, HLG, etc.) for the most part.
I honestly didn't expect to see much of a difference going from a FHD display to a UDH display...it is, after all, only 4x the resolution. But by god, this panel does a helluva job at upscaling FHD content. We have the Planet Earth II series on standard Blu-ray, and we are going back thru those. Watching on this TV vs. the prior 40" FHD (this is a 55")...is a revelation. This is like looking out a damned window. The actual 4K/UHD HDR demo material on YouTube is even more stunning. Seeing it "live" is when you "get it". I've seen screencaps for years on caps-a-holic.com, etc., but seeing a screenshot of an HDR image down rezed to an SDR image/container just saps the life out of the images. I will have to purchase a set top UHD disc player, now. I have a handful of UHD Blu-rays, including The Revenant, that I'd love to see on this new display. Having grown up with standard NTSC broadcast TV, this is a damned revolutionary experience. With today's home theater tech and prices, I really don't see how traditional movie theaters remain in business. Has to be the inflated popcorn sales alone.