This question is asked all the time because it's a popular and important one.
I would tend to agree with
regarding going with a 75" TV if you can only do a 95" Projector Screen. Most people who go with Projectors go with 120-150" screen, with several others going 100-110". 95" is very small for a Projector screen.
Which is best for you depends on so many factors, and I'd suggest reading
thread he posted, or doing a search here. You'll find more info than you ever care to read as this question comes up very regularly.
To Summarize....it depends on your room and what YOU want. Projectors cannot match Black Levels and Contrast of TVs. Ambient light is more than just turning off lamps and shutting the blinds on the windows. It's about Room Light Reflections as well. Light colored walls and ceilings are a poison for Projectors. The light hitting the screen will bounce off and hit your light colored walls and ceiling, reflecting back on the screen and hinder your Blacks and Contrast. My ceiling is black and I have black velvet on the side walls to improve perceived Contrast. Not every room is equipped to do that. TVs will look better. They are brighter, HDR will look great. 4K Projectors cannot do HDR. They can accept HDR and do some software algorithms called Tone Mapping. I've read the BenQ 3550 on your list does a great job with it, but nothing like a TV. PJs aren't bright enough to take advantage of HDR like a TV. With all that said, there is NOTHING like firing up a movie on a 120" Screen in your Theater Room. I have a $750 BenQ HT2050a and it's incredible. My 1080p Plasma looks much better in terms of contrast and black levels, but I rarely if ever watch a movie on it as there is no comparison to a big screen. But if I were choosing between a 75" TV vs 95" Projector Screen, I'd absolutely go with the 75" TV. No PJ hanging and alignment, no bulbs to burn out and you aren't getting that much of a bigger picture. My Plasma is 50" and my PJ Screen is 120", so it's a blast watching a movie on it.