To help anyone else if they're not sure why the update isn't showing up for them as part a wireless automatic(as well as manual) update, as
stated, the update hasn't been pushed out by Sony's servers. I did successfully update mine with USB.
Now, the thing that makes me want to throw my remote at the TV still is the ugly Dolby Vision
. Was broken before, is broken for me still... on Netflix(haven't tested it out on any other app, safe to assume this is the most popular and most important app to be working flawlessly on the TV in my opinion).
To test, watch Love, Death & Robots, the first and second episodes have obvious washing of red scenes. But the most obvious is simply go into the shows menu, click on "Play" or "Resume episode," and watch the big heart/X/robot logo go from a nice crisp red, to immediately changing to a red that's lost the vividness and turned an ugly grey/red. I compared it to my 4 year old MacBook Pro and it looked normal on there compared to the washed out, dirty reds in Dolby Vision. Sometimes it was not too bad, and other times you didn't even need to compare to another device as a reference. You just knew that it was off. I could see how some people would think it's not that bad. To me, for what the TV costs, I'm stunned. Same with the horrendous blooming.
So disappointed. Either I have some settings wrong(I used RTINGS) or the compatibility between the version of Dolby Vision that Netflix has doesn't work well with this particular model. I either buy an Apple TV 4K(I think that's the only STB that does the trifecta of HDR, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos) or I lose it on Sony when I contact them on Monday. Just unacceptable.