I'm going to be buying a TV in the next few months and I'm also a little bit of an early adopter. CES starts tomorrow so I'm expecting to see a lot of the latest stuff come out which will drop the price of the current models. Here is my dilemma: 1) I don't want my TV to be outdated in a few years 2) I want a really big TV 3) I don't want to pay more than $3,000 As of right now that means I can get a 55" 4K TV or a 75" 1080p TV. With CES tomorrow I expect my options to improve over the next few months. I'm really into higher resolution with computer monitors and tablets but I'm not sure it makes that big of a difference with televisions because you sit so far away from them. The only thing that really is holding me back from just saying get the 75" tv is that I've been reading about Netflix beginning to 4K stream within the next year. Youtube has some 4K streaming right now as well. Oh ya, and I've got an ATT Uverse Fiber connection so speed isn't an issue. I can download and upload regularly at over 350mbps. They also say they'll have a full 1gbps upgrade available within a year but I don't think that is even necessary given how ridiculously fast my current connection feels. So give me your opinions. Is size all that matter? Or should I go for quality? I am pretty optimistic that within 90 days 65" 4K tv's will be available in my price range. @shootER @AlphaMan I'm particularly interested in your opinions. Final note: I'm not interested in Seiki TV's, I want something that functions right out of the box without a ridiculous set up and is capable of over 30fps at 4K.