I’m currently thinking about the best way to get a 55” TV mounted over the fireplace down, and replace it with a 65” 4K TV with the help of my wife. It involves standing on ladders, although our short ladders should work. During a remodel project, I have taken it down before with 2 people and it was not overly difficult. If you are not familiar, a bracket is secured to the wall with a cradle, and a bracket secured to the TV that can just be lowered into the cradle. This TV is larger, but possibly the same weight or lighter as the new TVs are thinner. The other consideration is should I, can I use the old mounting bracket with the new TV, but we will need a new bracket in any case as this TV will now reside in our bedroom. Sadly, we have an old, but in great shape, Ethan Allen armoire where the current 35” TV sits, but it can’t accommodate the larger TV, so that piece may end up in our walk-in closet or gasp, sell it if we can. Big furniture these days is hard to sell, period. One other task is pulling the component cable out of the wall to be replaced by 4K HDMI cables. There are some curves, but I ran this cable though sections of 3” plastic plumbing pipe to hopefully make pulling it out easier. As this is a “smart” TV, I’ve already determined I can retire my Roku box, but my impression is that I will need to keep Apple TV box, unless Apple TV can be pulled up as a channel. I don’t think so. I have one or two movies/TV shows I purchased there. One thing about this new TV, the picture is awesome. I just hope Vizio holds up as well as Sony and Samsung.