@ID-69 How do you know?, have you thrown one into water?
I meant it doesn't even levitate, unless that was your attempt at humor?
"How do you prove that you exist...? Maybe we don't exist..."
Thank you for the compliment. I'll wait a few years for oled tv to become cheap enough to be a viable option to purchase. An LG oled tv is just as much as my new tv was new, over $5000
TBH yes it does because this television is rare and I can turn around and sell it for $700-$1000 which it goes for on amazon and ebay. http://www.amazon.com/Samsung-HL-P5085W-Widescreen
The only time I'd ever take interest in a new tv is when they become as thin as paper, which I remember Samsung developing that technology. Until then I stay with current gen televisions.