Originally Posted by Andreas21
LG OLED has the best picture money can buy, but it is not perfect and it will take some time before a 110" will be affordable. And to me a 65" will never replace my VW1100 and 128" screen even if it has the picturequality as the LG OLED has, I have only seen the 55" LG and it has the best picturequality I have ever seen (saw many bigger screens at IFA last year, but the 55" I got to look closer at a test here in Norway). But to me size matters and I wold need at least 110" to be happy and hopefully we can get bigger than than in some years for less than $25.000.
Ditto to everything you said.
My 64" Samsung looks tiny compared to the 110" HP/Epson 5030 of my home theater. I seriously considered the LG 9300 because of the stellar image quality and relatively low price, but I know I wouldn't be happy dropping from a 64" display to a 55", even for that small bedroom. OTOH, the 65" LG 4K OLED looks like a great replacement for the second gen Samsung D7000 plasma, even with its "less than perfect" attributes. The lower pixel fill factor of OLED hasn't bothered me much in demos I've seen, and it'll be even less of an issue with a 4K set.
As it works out, 110" is just about as big as I can go with a screen in my main home theater. With 3D glasses on, the edges of the screen frame are close to the left and right edges of the glasses frames. Also, the 3D image becomes shallower the closer you sit to the screen, and there goes some of the sense of depth. I can't sit back any further than I do now, and a bigger screen isn't feasible. That's why I got excited when I saw that article about a 110" LG OLED. Compared to last year's home theater remodel, changing things for a 110" OLED display would be a piece of cake.
Granted, a 110" OLED display may never be something I can afford, but it sure is fun to think about.