I want to start by saying that I have never heard of TCL before, but having bought the 55DC748 it certainly won’t be my last! The value for money over the 55” LG that I was going to buy is unreal.First the design, there is no plastic around the screen, instead the glass screen goes right to the edge of the TV (a bit like my iphone). The screen is then surrounded by a brushed metal band which gives a really high-end finish.Also, not to miss out that I am particularly impressed with the built in JBL soundbar, which delivers clear and powerful sound through my large living room.Picture wise it delivers very rich colours without the horrible over saturation you find on cheaper TV’s. The DC748 supports 4K HDR Pro, the TV automatically switched to ‘HDR10’ when I played a 4K movie on Netflix. My kids have an Xbox and Switch plugged in, TCL customer support informed me that the input lag for this TV is 30ms for 4K HDR gaming. If my research (my kids) are right this is super low and perfect for gaming.TCL smart has covered all the apps that I need including iplayer, ITV, Channel 4 and 5 on demand. This TV also supports Freeview play. I am sure it does more, but at this stage it is great to find the programs I have missed without having to trawl through each on demand app.Overall if you are going to buy a new TV, why buy the same old brands who never really offer anything new. The DC748 has a great picture, high end design (no plastic in sight – except the remote) and a built in JBL soundbar. *TCL customer support also told me that the 2nd remote control that came in the box is an Alexa voice control remote (as well as being a normal remote). This is an Alexa enabled TV (no other Amazon device needed – Alexa is built into the metal remote control), this skill will be live in December. Will be fun having a voice assistant built in.