The best TVs of 2016: which TV should you buy?
You've got to take into consideration different panel technologies (direct LED, edge LED, and OLED); different resolutions (HD and UHD); whether or not you want high dynamic range and if you do what level of HDR performance you want; whether you want a curved screen or a flat screen… honestly, there's pretty much nothing the TV brands aren't trying in order to win over your hearts and wallets.
To some extent you need to work out for yourself which features matter to you and which don't, based on your viewing habits and personal tastes. Think in particular about what screen size you can manage, whether your room is usually bright or dark, and what sort of sources you're likely to be using.
What we certainly can do to make your life easier, though, is look across the whole broad church of 2016 TVs from our perspective of, you know, having actually tested most of them to pick out our 10 favourites, taking in as wide a range of features and prices as we can.