Have been waiting to upgrade my home theater/gaming setup from 1080p@60hz/HDMI 1.3 to 4k@120hz/HDMI 2.1, ever since seeing the release of HDMI 2.0 back in 2013 but waiting until HDMI had enough bandwidth to support it. I was waiting for an AV receiver under 700$ that supported HDMI 2.1. Denon AVR-s960h Next piece I'm looking at, is the 48" 4k CX OLED from LG but waiting to see if it may come down in price temporarily around the holidays. Also waiting to see the next generation of graphics cards from either AMD or Nvidia. That will likely be the last part I upgrade. Edit: A couple weeks ago, decided i couldn't wait any longer and bought the 48" CX OLED from LG (since I could play around with G-Sync with my poor GTX 1660, which works perfectly through the audio receiver too). LG OLED48CXPUB Picture is unlike any other display. They say the brightness on OLED's is a short-coming, but with the PC HDMI input label applied (disables ABL/automatic brightness limit) I only need to turn the OLED light to 7/100, even for daytime situations in my office. Now to wait until AMD shows what they have to compete with Nvidia's upcoming graphics cards and hopefully keeps pricing from going up. Hopefully a kidney is not required as i feel i have practically sold one already!