I'm after a new TV, which will be solely for HTPC/Console use. I won't ever be watching actual broadcasts on it. My budget is around $1000, and my only requirements are obviously full HD, at the least 50" (but aiming for 55"), and absolutely no interface lag or whatever using a HTPC. I've heard the cheapies are bad at this, but not too sure if they've improved at all. I'm staying away from Kogan, and would like to buy locally. I went to the Good Guys yesterday and saw this one: http://www.thegoodguys.com.au/buyonline/Hisense_55"(139cm)_FHD_LED_LCD_100Hz_TV_HL55K160PZL The quality looked really nice for such a cheap TV. My GF has a Hisense (which is quite old now) and she's had no issues with it. My only concern is how it will be with a HTPC. I don't want Smart anything, that's all handled by my HTPC. I don't care for 3D (but I realise most have it now), I don't need PVR. Just a decent no frills panel that looks good (relative to my budget) and works flawlessly with HDMI devices. We have some 84" LG UHD at work, and it's a complete piece of shit with a laptop plugged in - mouse/interface lag galore - videos tear - just general crap (and this is a $25k TV!) Any feedback/recommendations?