Well, I replaced the Sony 930d in my bedroom with a 55 in A1E OLED...I fell into a really stupid deal and was able to pick up 2 refurbs for way less than the cost of a new one (sometimes you just need to know the right people...) I never would have bought an OLED for my bedroom tv...but I was able to get rid of my 930d and if I even get a fraction of what the 2nd one is worth I'll make money on the deal so in the end it didn't really cost anything. (Hopefully this isn't violating policy here...I didn't give any specific numbers Mr. Moderators so I believe I am within policy)
I have defended LCD/LED against the guys that just want to say OLED is better regardless of the argument. Likely because they spent so much money on a set ha ha.
My two main concerns with OLED compared to LCD/LED were brightness, and ABL (kinda similar to brightness) and cost vs value
Cost wasn't a factor in this case so a non issue
Brightness- This set gets plenty bright. The picture looks great. It's a sight to see some of my favorite 4k HDR movies with literally 0 blooming. I am seeing details in the highlights I've never seen and it is glorious. I think people look at the peak Nits and see things like 800 for the 900e, 100 for the 900f, 1400 for the 930e and then they see a peak of 750 on an OLED and assume it's going to be dim, but in reality the LED sets only hit that peak brightness on highlights with HDR. So, with an infinite contrast and 0 blooming, the tv doesn't need to get that bright for HDR to look really really good. Although I will say in some scenes the 900e does look more impressive because it can get brighter.
ABL- I have read some of the horror stories in the A1E thread about dimming issues, I let the tv sit on the main menu screen and the help menu screen to see if it would dim, it didn't, and it's on the latest firmware...Awesome for me!
Motion- With an instant pixel response time you do get some stutter in panning shots, much like our 900e gets but since the pixel response is even faster, it's a little more noticeable. I normally use motionflow settings of Custom, Smoothness 1, Clearness Min, Cinemotion Med, but I bumped Smoothness up to 2 and it cleared most of it up and the picture still looks really good. Smooth and no artifacts.
Overall I think the set is gorgeous and so far the concerns I had for OLED vs LCD/LED are really looking like they will be non-issues. Of course, I'll need to watch more content and since it's in the bedroom and I have a 75 inch in the living room, the bedroom doesn't get watched that much.
But now i have a little more motivation to watch a movie in bed with mama every now and then...
Sony 75xZ9D connected to Panasonic UB820 and Nakamichi Shockwafe 7.1 Pro Atmos
Sony 75x940e (Returned :-( bad motion blur)
Sony 75x900e, Sony 75x940d, Sony 55x930d, 55x810c, Sony 55x850c (All retired)