Thats a monster desk, I am jealous of your mad carpentry skills! When I read the top of your post I was going to say you should get an uplift base...then I scrolled down. Makes my bamboo top look like toilet paper.. lol great job.\n\n\nThanks! Yea I researched a bunch of the different standing desk options, but kept coming back to the uplift desks. The fact that they fixed the issue with their 4 leg design put me over the edge. The 4 leg had the weight rating I was looking for, but the wobble was a concern. Seeing that they added the feet attachment made it perfect. The thing is solid as a rock all the way up and down.\n\nI really love bamboo tops, they just didn't come in the size I was looking for and getting a custom bamboo top was too cost prohibitive, especially once I got offered the mahogany for an absolute steal.\n\n\nI am really hesitant to get a OLED TV for a monitor mainly because I do office work at my desk from 6am-4pm when I am not traveling. I got the Dell 42" U4320Q because text quality is so important. It sacrifices PQ, contrast of an OLED, and no 120hz. It is perfect for what I do. That being said, I will be building another gaming rig soon, have all the parts except MoBo, CPU and GPU (waiting for the latest releases) and may switch. I am going to wait for QD-OLED to mature and I may go that route.\n\n\nHonestly, I don't know that I would go for any of the 40XX series if you were going the Nvidia route. That and the new intel CPU's are just too power hungry. An OC'ed mid tier gaming computer with OLED monitor is going to be pushing what a 15 amp outlet can provide. Worse if it's not a dedicated outlet. I'd wait for the 40's to come out, hop on a slightly cheaper 3080, 3080Ti, or 3090 and call it a day.\n\nFor office work, it probably wouldn't be great, but for more casual use and gaming they're super hard to beat. I've been watching guys who have been using the C1 for almost 2 years now daily driving them and there's basically no burn in. 4-6 years down the line may be a different story, but with the advancements in displays and other tech I'm not looking for a long term solution. While you wait for QD-OLED, the mini-LED monitors are awesome. They give OLED a run for the money and reduce the chance of burn in. If you're worried about burn in I'd probably give that a try.