Originally Posted by dssxxxx
How much faith/weight do we all put in rtings.
If that is the gold standard then it is OLED.
If not, wish I could find a reseller with all 3 on the floor.
He is decent for a quick over view, but there are others that go into greater depth. How quickly do you have to make a decision? I know there is always something better coming, but there should be some good models released in the next few months and by next year we should truly have a future proof display that offers everything. If you are going to be dealing with extreme angles you almost have to go with OLED or IPS and find some way to deal with the light. Here is an informal list of the top OLEDs and FALD LCD that should be out in the next few months with rough street pricing. You have a curved and flat on the list, so you do not seem to mind the curve. Just buy from someplace that has a great return policy in case what you pick does not fill you needs.
LG 77G6 (Slim, 540 nits, DV, Soundbar, 3D, Flat) $20000
LG 65G6 (Slim, 540 nits, DV, Soundbar, 3D, Flat) $7000
LG 65B6 (540 nits, DV, Flat) $5000
True FALD Flat
Panasonic 65DX900 (512 zones, 1000 nits, Anti-blooming) $4500
Hisense 65M9800U 8K (300 zones, 8K res, HDR10, June in the Uk) $4000
Sharp 70N9100U (192 zones, 800 nits, 90% DCI) $3000
Sony 75X940D (128 or more zones, 1000 nits, XHDR) $6000
Vizio 65R (384 zones, 800 nits, DV) $6000
Vizio P65 (128 zone, 600 nits, DV, Tablet remote) $1900
Vizio P75 (128 zone, 600 nits, DV, Tablet remote) $3600
Philips 658600 (32 zone, 1000nit, true FALD?) $1700
True FALD Curved
Hisense 65H10C (300 zones, 1000+ nits, 100% DCI, 2nd half 2016) $2500
TCL 65X1 Series (288 zones, 1000 nits, DolbyVision, Anti-Glare) $4000
Samsung 65KS9800 (only true FALD from Samsung, Moth-Eye antiglare) $4500
Samsung 78KS9800 (only true FALD from Samsung, Moth-Eye antiglare) $9000