For people considering the purchase of a 4k TV for the first time I'm starting to think that finances aren't the only consideration to take into account. At least to a certain extent the style of programming that a person most likes to watch should also have an impact.
Just recently I saw the latest Avengers movie, which I let my brother drag me to. (Really, it wasn't my fault.) 'Avengers: Age of Ultron' may well have been a great film, but as I'm a serious drama fan in his mid-60s I was bored to death by it within 10 minutes. With that in mind, it seems to me that the 4k TV I'd want would be one with natural, life-like color, and not the candy-cane colors of Samsung. And on the expense side I have a feeling that I wouldn't really care about HDR, and a FALD unit wouldn't matter, as a small amount of edge-light bleeding wouldn't matter to me when I'm concerned with the fates of characters on the screen.
All of which is to say that I believe a TV like the Sony 65" 850c should fill the bill. It would have what I want without giving me expensive frills that I wouldn't really care about, and my dealer has told me that in the near future Sony is going to have it on sale for $2,599. That seems like just what I want for my entertainment needs, but is there a flaw in my thinking? By all means, feel free to paste me on this.
P.S. -- I just wrote a post asking why no one can make an all-frills 4k TV at an affordable price. After seeing the Avengers movie I have a feeling that it was really a pointless letter.