I'm putting this in the gaming forum because I feel this is more gaming focused than hardware. I had a friend bring a copy of Mortal Kombat 11 over for Xbox. I have the Xbox One X and a Samsung 4K TV with HDR. Now, I also recently purchased MK11 and the new expansion on steam for my PC. I was really surprised to see the difference on Xbox vs. PC. The upscaling was done well on Xbox, hard to see a huge difference between 1440p upscaled to 4k vs. my PC is true 4K. But also, the HDR in the game on Xbox looked incredible. Things really popped out. I noticed this on the PS4 Pro I have as well. I originally started playing FF7 remake on my PC monitor in my office. I ended up bringing the system downstairs and with HDR enabled, it looked A LOT better. Like, a huge upgrade. So I started searching for HDR monitors and having mostly ignored them until now. I was surprised at 1.) The lack of "true hdr" monitors. 2.) How expensive true HDR10 monitors are. Why? Some of these monitors cost more than the 65 inch Samsung 4k tv with HDR in my living room. I don't get it. As a gamer, I feel a little pissed that having a decent gpu, and 4K monitor does not give the best IQ in comparison to a much cheaper console and tv with 4k/hdr. Anyone have any luck finding a decently priced monitor? Is HDR just not important to you guys? What's the deal here? The monitor I have claims to have HDR, but, in most games, the hdr option is greyed out. When it is available, everything looks orange. How are some companies getting away with this implementation of "fake"hdr (8-bit vs. 10-bit I believe)? When I purchased this monitor (LG), my focus was 4k. I didn't know there was a false advertising of HDR.