Given all the prior rants about cracked screens I agree what a loss. I hope folk take this as a warning to check on delivery and if there is a restock fee, it is always worth it versus total loss.
I purchased a Samsung 55 inch TV with a curved screen on September 30, 2016. It was delivered October 5, 2016. I removed it from the box, put the stand on it, screwed in the cable antennae, and plugged it in. I noticed a big dark spot on the screen, with vertical and horizontal lines. I purchased it from Dell online, but decided not to return it because there would be a 15% restocking fee, plus I would have to absorb the cost of shipping and insuring it. I contacted Samsung and sent them pictures. They sent out a serviceman 2 days later. The serviceman told me the screen was cracked, and that he'd have to get approval from Samsung to replace it. He stated that I should receive a text message update on the status within 2 days. I didn't hear anything from Samsung, but I figured that the screen was approve for replacement and that it would take several weeks to come. I was informed today that the screen replacement was denied because there appeared to physical damage to screen. Now, it's too late to return it Dell so I'm out $1,000 for a TV that arrived damaged.