A heads up. Some discussion on another thread that there will be a new HDCP 2.3 coming. Probably targeted to protection of streaming of 8K video, so it should not be an issue with the Q90. But, it will be something else to look for in the 2020 one-connect box: Full HDMI 2.1 and HDCP 2.3. If e-ARC comes to the Q90, I wouldn't be at all concerned about this; but if I were planning on an 8K set, I would. It's kinda like the 4K Sony 79" set I bought on first release: the very next year HDR became available--a really useful capability. There is always something new coming and I just have to decide what is "good enough". I've decided that the Q90, when it gets e-ARC, is good enough for 5 years. Too many new things to come in the 8K world to spend 2X as much as for a good 4K display now. When I look at the 8K displays at my local Magnolia, I'm impressed. The 4K material upscaled to 8K on an 82" display looks like 4K material on a 55" set--really clear picture--and I'd like to see that on my next big set. But, I think if I bought one of today's 8K sets I'd be shortchanged in the near future. Just as I missed out on HDR by buying one of Sony's first 4K sets, I think I'd be having trouble accessing some of the new sources of 8K material in the future if I bought one of today's 8K sets. If Samsung does as they say and offers an upgraded one-connect box with those features for the 2019 8K sets, that problem could go away.
JVC RS600 Chad-callibrated, 120" 1.3g in Batcave HT, Denon X8500 Polk LSiM703 fronts,
RTi-12 rears, LSiM 706 center, Monitor 40 Heights, Monitor 60 FW, FXiA4 Bi-pole sides,
LSiC CH, Infinity 6" VOG. 4X 12" subs w/mini DSP on sub 1 and nearfield 18" from sub 2.