Hi all, as per title really, I've 'chosen' to go big before I went home after a few drinks tonight, the model is LG 43UM7000pla, currently on sale in UK for £280 and some 5% cashback later on. [https://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-43UM7000PLA](https://www.lg.com/uk/tvs/lg-43UM7000PLA) few video searches now i'm home and the whole 43 um7000 -7400 range seem to be exactly the same panel spec bar the google/alexa stuff that I don't want, so with any luck the response time in game mode should be the 12ms i'm reading. which i'm perfectly fine with for getting some better colours to look at. [https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/um7300](https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/lg/um7300) the slightly less drunk side of me sees it as a pretty ok spec, it's going to be placed on an ikea fredde desk/ wall mounted away from it maybe as I've not even measured anything and replacing my trusty benq xl2420t 144hz which I'm sure i'll hold onto still. the rig is a 6700k, gtx 1070, I appreciate that I have no way of running maxed out games anymore going from 1080 to 4k but my ~~incredible~~ idea is to basically treat it like 4 1080p monitors for most stuff and full screen 4k on anything that'll do 60fps (older stuff) not interested in HDR really and don't expect anything great at the price, have I done goofed or is this not so stupid? looking past the obvious 60hz- i don't know if i can overclock this at a lower res yet, researching after buying clearly, sober me will have a proper dig tomorrow..... Looking for thoughts from people who understand all the techy breakdowns from the site links thank you.