My response is essentially what Levity said. I've had every Nexus since the S, and they've always felt... lacking. The 6s is pretty much perfect. I've had one total issue since getting the phone, and it was fixed with a reboot. Android I'd have issues daily. Battery life is also stellar. Nexus 6 would be around 10% by 10p on a work day, iPhone with same usage is around 30-35%. Also, touchID is love and life.
I meant 390 or 970. My Chrome was a whirlwind of tabs and I got confused. I mostly like the 390 because 8GB of VRAM seems objectively better than 4GB, especially considering their clock speeds and performance are reasonably comparable. I have a 970 on my PC at work, and I'm pretty happy with it, all things considered. I might just get the same card at home and call it a day. The new Skylake chips have me intrigued. I might do the GPU upgrade in the meantime (I want something that meets the recommended specs on FO4), and then next summer or so get a new CPU, MOBO and RAM.
I want a new GPU. Deciding between an R9 390 and GTX 980. Been an Nvidia guy my whole life, but the new ATI cards seem to be giving them a run for their market. I have zero experience with ATI cards though. Halp.
My TV's built in apps all support 4K. I've watched a few eps of Breaking Bad in 4K and it's pretty. For now it's mostly just upscaled 1080, which is nice. Went from a 32 inch to a 43 inch, which is a pretty huge difference for my apartment.
I've mostly been enjoying 21st Amendment's two great IPAs, Back in Black and Brew Free of Die. Big fan of these two. Back in Black is really hard to get ahold of. I see it maybe every other week at my local Total Wine. I'll be breaking open a 2013 Sucaba Barley Wine by Firestone Brewery in a few weeks, and I'm utterly excited. I've been saving this for my wedding anniversary, and I think I'm more excited for the beer than for the anniversary :p