By far the best tv I've ever owned. I usually never buy expensive electronics and opt for the cheapest option, and I almost did when looking up 4K TVs but I ended up spending an extra $80 for this and couldn't be happier. The picture is crystal clean when watching HD and HDR shows and movies and it looks like real life. You see details that you've never seen before while watching the same show, it's incredible. The sound I quality I think is pretty bad. It says it has built in surround sound but it sounds so low and lifeless, but I have a sound bar I use anyways to it's not much of an issue for me. My favorite thing about this tv besides the picture is Pluto tv. I don't have cable, so having live streaming tv built into the tv for free is so nice. There's no real premium channels like cbs, fox, amc, and stuff, but I have found a bunch that are good. Some channels show one show 24/7 like River Monsters Channel, Gordon Ramsey Channel, Forensic Files Channel, but there's also a ton of others that anyone will love. One thing I was really confused about before buying was the smart features of the tv. Since it has Chromecast built in I thought that would be the only way you could watch Netflix and Hulu and such, by using the app on your phone, but luckily many apps are preinstalled to the TV, like Netflix, Hulu, Prime, YouTube, Vudu, iHeartRadio, and they work flawlessly. As soon as I hit the Netflix button on the remote it pops up preloaded on the screen. I have used Chromecast twice to stream apps from my iPad to the tv and it worked without issue. It's a little inconvenient for me personally, having to go to my iPad if I want to change an episode, or swap an app, so I ended up buying the 4K Fire Stick. Overall for the price this TV is an absolute gem. Personally I would recommend investing in a sound bar, just to maximize your tv investment. Mine was only $50 and it's incredible.