I just purchased Sony 55X950G from best buy, got it home last night. (ordered it beginning of the week, it was supposed to be ready to pickup in 2 weeks, but instead, I got an email yesterday it was ready for pickup early!)
First impressions, very nice, beautiful picture, Android TV has been much
improved from last years TVs, much quicker, with a nicer UI with better App performance. (not as clunky!)
Still it was difficult to find some settings, for example, to reboot the TV took me 10 minutes to find the option. Voice search stop working this morning, so I needed to reboot the TV, then voice search (google assistant) started working again after reboot.
I noticed a defect on YouTubeTV, I don't see this when playing YouTube on the Roku on this TV, just through Android on Sony TV. It seems present on most the channels to varying degrees.
(Netflix doesn't have this defect, BTW Netflix calibrated mode is pretty nice. Also My PC connected to TV doesn't have the issue, so seems specific to YouTubeTV app)
But in YoutubeTV, is see green
random noise at the very top of the screen, subtle enough you can almost ignore. (but now it kind of bothers me, now that I noticed it, I was initially thinking I wouldn't need my Roku, but this defect while subtle is kind of annoying! My other Sony TV, I never used the smart functions since the Roku is superior, but for this TV, if not for the subtle flaw in YoutubeTV, I would consider going Roku-less.
I uploaded some videos of the phenomena.
Hopefully Sony or YouTubeTV release a patch, since their smart TV is much improved compared to my older Sony 850F.