This past Friday I pulled the trigger on 2 significant upgrades to the HT system - an LG OLED 65B7 (didn't need / want the sound bar on the E7) and an Anthem AVM 60 processor. Spent the last couple of days moving tvs around in the house, re-configuring remotes, reading manuals and getting the LG and the AVM setup. Finally have everything setup (although I still have some Monoprice certified high speed cables coming) and sitting here smiling. As MikeB has said, the picture on the OLED is simply amazing. It does a tremendous job of up-converting 1080p signals. I thought the picture on my Panasonic plasma was great, but the OLED blows it away. Running a 4K signal via Netflix and the picture is even better than the upconverted 1080p. Watching Ozark on Netflix and may have to re-watch the last episode as I think spent more time looking in amazement at the dimples in concrete, bark on trees, etc., than I did paying attention to the actual episode. Even the Better Half is amazed with the picture and gave the thumbs up to the purchase. I was going to hold out until Black Friday, but LG had lowered the price and then my dealer knocked another $300 off of it taking it to what I figured the Black Friday price would be. I debated about whether or not to get the AVM as I had the Anthem D2v and loved it and was concerned that the AVM would not sound as good. The convenience of the AVM being able to handle 4k signals made me decide to go with it. Glad I did as I think the AVM sounds as good and maybe better than the D2v for both tv/movies and music; although I recognize that it might be a case of new purchase sounding better syndrome. Icing on the cake was putting the D2v up for sale on Canuck Audio Mart yesterday afternoon, getting a response less than 10 minutes after placing the ad and having the purchaser come by the house about an hour and half later to pick it up. That sale basically paid for the AVM. Only downside on the AVM is that it doesn't have XLR inputs for components, which is how I had my Dac hooked up to the D2v; but that's just a minor quibble. If you are on the fence about getting an OLED, I'd say jump off it and go get one. Even if you don't have many (or any) 4K sources, it is a definite upgrade over the non-4K tvs.