Been playing some competative online fps games lately but realised I will most likely need a proper gaming monitor to enhance my experience or so because of their higher refresh rate, 100-144Hz as opposed to my TVs 60Hz and slow input lag. But, I have been gaming on my 55" LG Oled TV for the past 3.5 years! I have actually forgot what a computer monitor looks like and feels like for gaming. So when I went to Harvey Norman store to look at a few gaming monitors on display, I was shocked at how inferior the panels looked and felt, compared to my LG Oled TV. I looked at a number of various different PC monitors, and the first thing I can't fathem is downsizing from 55" to a smaller sized screen for gaming. The second thing, is the image quality is no where near that of the Oled TV. The PC panels that I looked at all look plastic and the picture does not look solid like it does on the Oled TV, maybe its the glass on the Oled TV that enhances the image as opposed to the plastic screens on the monitors which to me feels like the image is soft. So, if I get a PC monitor for gaming I will have to sacrifice size and image quality for the higher refresh rate and lower input lag. I really want to try and get competative so I have no choice but to do this rite? Is there any PC monitors out there that will rival the image quality, look and feel of my Oled TV? I will only use the monitor for SDR and HDR gaming, not watching HDR movies as I will do that on my Oled TV. I was looking at the LG38G950, ASUS XG438Q, ACER 43", just to keep the size as big as possible. Will they offer any where near as quality or will they look and feel plastic aswell compared to the Oled? Some other options I could consider Asus PG35V or Samsung CRG9?