I am embarking on a major home renovation with the opportunity to pre-wire and install speakers and AV components in any location and configuration I like. I presently have a audio-video-computer system which includes a Panasonic plasma TV, Onkyo AVR, Apple TV, Mac Mini, Sonos, and Shaw Cable. I could easily replace the TV with a large, high-quality monitor since it only displays output routed through the AVR via an HDMI cable; that is, I'm not using the TV's tuner at all. Instead of buying a new feature-rich TV I would prefer to go in the opposite direction - buy one or more large (50" or bigger) relatively "dumb" UHD monitors that I can connect to "smart" external components that include tuners, an AVR, etc. Also, I'd like to display art and photos on the monitor(s). I discovered a device - the "Frame" (at depict.com) that is a specialized 50" monitor designed to display high-res art on your wall. A thin, flat monitor installed flush with the wall could be used as a virtual photo / art frame, TV screen, and computer monitor. Has anyone gone the route I am considering? Any thoughts on which brand of monitor to buy? Top priorities are that the monitor(s) be UHD, 50" or larger, be flush- or recess-mounted on the wall, attractive (the "Frame" at depict.com looks like an art frame), and have a wide field of view.