Originally Posted by vinnie97
We'll see how the aging algorithms compensate in due time, but I'm not going to be too frantic about it. If I focus too much on what might happen and how soon it will happen, I would be sweating about the failure of the ZT60's fans resulting in overheating given they are running whenever the panel is on. Ext. warranties are good for both of these types of concerns. Kateeva has only just launched its printer in the last several months...LG has a $650 million fab ready to go live in the next 5 months based on this very process, so there is a lot riding on a modicum of stability. Of course, all LEDs lose luminance over time, this being a physical reality I cannot escape, including all the lightbulbs that I've fitted into my place.
Doesn't your LG at least have an auto white balance correction feature? The first time LG has shown their 55 inch OLED at CES had it, so it must be included with the production model I assume? While it's still no replacement for a re-calibration by the pros, it should still come in handy. Sony's X4500 used one too because at that time, they were using RGB LEDs, so white balance drift was more common than the W-OLED one they use now.
Like I said before, as long as you use brightness about equal to your ZT60, shouldn't be too much of a concern even with brightness drop. Still, it would be a good idea to use an orbitor all the time. I sometimes forget to turn back on an orbitor for my Panasonic S60, and IR comes in very quickly. It still goes away quickly so it's no big deal. No such luxury can be afforded with an OLED yet though. Better be careful.
Anyways, how much do you like your OLED over your ZT60 or your previous Kuro for that matter? I wonder why you don't take a return if you have a few bad pixels?