I guess it depends on how cheaply you can get it, but Vinnie is right, the 2013 Pannys are an improvement over the 8G Kuros. Still I certainly can't fault you for wanting the 150.
That being said, lay it BACK side down, and make ABSOLUTELY sure that the load is EVENLY supported. On mine, I laid down little piles of dirty clothes I had from my trip at the four corners and middle of the TV respectively and I used dirty clothes because it allowed me to very specifically adjust the density and height of the material, so that no spot was getting pressed harder than others (as best as I could tell). I don't know that I'd recommend laying down any other late model TV of this size class like this, though. Most are WAY too flimsy nowadays to survive five miles, let alone 1500 this way (of course, this is why it also weighs 142lb with the stand :/ ).
Not sure but I think PDK-1015 will work for the 150 also.