Finally, after a long research in the Internet, I got my UE55JS9090... I live in Germany, therefore the model number.
My first impression:
1. The image quality is superb... HD-TV, Blu-Ray, and 4k Videos are excellent... Even DVDs are looking much better with this TV.
2. Most of my MKVs collections are playable... Only some must be re-encoded as they are somehow not supported by this Samsung TV although they are playable on my Sony BD-Player... But still it is much convenient now to wath old movies from my home server through DLNA
3. The design is nice on my eye... Alu-frame, Y-stand... Just elegant..
4. Sound is OK... much better than our old TV... Should be enough for watching the news or some TV-programs... But for watching movies, prefer to have the sound coming from my AV-Receiver.
Unfortunately I have to return the first TV as it shows some imperfection on the panel. We can see it from the reflection. (See the image on the left).
With the second TV, we find the curve is quite perfect. However, there is another thing annoys me, which is the gap between the panel and the alu-frame. It is quite noticeable (between 1-2 mm). And there is not just one gap, but several of them.
I wonder wheter you guys see the gaps also with your TVs and whether it is OK to have them? I just think that for such a premium TV as Samsung classes it, having such a gap shows a bad manufacturing or QA.
Thanks beforehand for your comments.