So, my old tv cheap 46" TV, 4 years old Fluorescent tube... Was starting to really act up... I did some searches on the net and found that it could be the Power Supply or the Panel itself, it it was the panel, than might as well toss it (from what others say)... And a new power board was around 100 bucks. So... Decided investing time and energy on the old TV didn't seem like it was worth it. Plus getting a newer one (4K) for 400 bucks and a lot bigger seemed worth it... But... I setup the TCL, I know it's a low end set (budget) set, get what you pay for type thing, but, my TV, is not only to watch movies, mostly stream from amazon, netflix, and youtube (red). But, I play games and surf the net on this as well. I should note that my 46" tv was a no brand name made in china Seiki Set (got it at sears for about the same price of 400 bucks) I was thinking bigger, and more resolution would make the text look better, but it's actually WORSE. Hmmm, I do fair amount of surfing the net probably 40%, watching movies, content, probably 40%, and gaming 20%. I have to say movies look really good... I just wish the text looked good. Maybe there is something I can do to improve it, but maybe I bought the wrong TV? I'm thinking, OLED tech might be the way to go, granted it's 2-3X more for a sony/LG set. But, I'm willing to pay for it to get better looking text, but, how much better is the text going to be on that set vs, what I got now? Also, I sit about 11 feet from this TV. Maybe I got too big of a set? Maybe 49" would be better? Don't know really. I've mucked around with contrast / brightness / sharpness settings and ... doesn't seem to improve text. I haven't done any updates, don't know if connecting to wireless and updating the TV would help much, but, I am going to try that next. Any help and or feedback would be welcome. Good thing about costco I have a 90 day return policy (no questions asked). Still got 2.5 months to go, to figure out what if anything I should do. I'm kind of confused that the Video can be so crisp, yet, text on chrome or Firefox looks so fuzzy. Hmmm....Costco does have a samsung set or LG set for about 150 more but, it's not OLED. I assumed that most of these panels all came out of the same factory and 4K was pretty much all generic and not much difference between them... ? If I used it for VIDEO / Movies only, I'd give this TV a HIGH rating and say it's great.