So with everything I am reading the 2016 and 2017 are the same, correct?
But on a more serious note/inquiry:
It appears that the P Series, according to what I've read to this point, will receive the Summer 2017 software update/FW. Does anyone know if the M Series will receive the same treatment and receive the Summer 2017 Software/FW update (on-screen menu/info, on-screen OS for streaming, etc...)? (I love and have no complaints about my M55-D0)
Also, quick note from what I gathered on a few other sites, just because I noticed no one mentioned it on here:
The new OS from Vizio is not going to be the Android TV OS, but Vizio's own OS. And as of now, they will not be including Netflix (so you would still need to use the Cast feature from your phone or included tablet on 2016 models for Netflix)...may change before official release to include Netflix on the on-screen display, but just wait and see at this moment. I just can't imagine why, with an already growing relationship with Google - built-in Chromecast, voice control with Google Home, etc..., they wouldn't use Android TV OS. If ultimately wanting to keep cast feature, but offer on-screen menu for viewing, Android TV offers the best package available and would make this a TV worth purchasing - almost eliminating the need for Roku (Amazon Video being the only missing link) along with kicking the direct competition from TCL's new 2017 TV's right in the face with their built-in Roku OS.
Here's to 2018 Vizio! Keep doing what you do and let's make this thing great!