If you can find a decent deal on an RX 570 or 580, I'd say go for it because you're overdue for a monitor upgrade and the vast majority of affordable monitors have Freesync which is brilliant for gaming. Gsync is great, but their monitors are far rarer and considerably more expensive.
To each their own. Myself and many of my friends happily sunk hundreds of hours into Morrowind and the accompanying mods. As J3RK mentioned, it was quite an accomplishment just to make a world so vast. It was definitely ahead of it's time.
At first I was wondering what all the painters tape was for. Now I feel a bit stupid for not using that in the past. I've spent far more time and money on re-polishing blocks because I didn't protect them properly when something so inexpensive would have done the trick. Doh!
Looks pretty good. Tell us about your process! Did you use a specific step of abrasives? Did you put the block in a fixed position or the abrasive in a fixed position? I love hearing how other people approach these as I have my own way. I'll say this, I ALWAYS finish up my block lapping with a...
How quiet does it REALLY need to be? If you're willing to shell out the cash, check out one of those Calyos cases with the integrated heatpipe cooling.
It literally has NO fans. NO pumps. If you use a passive PSU, the only thing you'll hear is coilwhine.
If it's 4:4:4 does that mean it's 10-bit?
Bummed it doesn't mention having HDR. I have a humongous desk and I've been using a 43" LG 4K monitor to game on. I've been wanting to switch to a 43" curved setup but I have grown attached to the HDR for movies and PS4.