Growing up in the mid 70's, I can tell you that most kids who had their own TV in their room had a black and white set, even if bough new in the mid 70's due to price. It was pretty much a given that a 27" color TV will run around $700 in 1975 dollars which is $3400 today. If I recall correctly, even my 21" B&W cost my folks a good $250 back then and I couldn't move the thing because it weighed like solid lead. When we had Pong, no one noticed, even cartoons were ok, but the Atari 2600 was only playable in color.
Today, the most exciting thing about Samsung's 2019 releases are the price points for the quality. With $3400 today and a good sale, there will be some amazing things to be found. And as this wide viewing and anti-glare technology makes it into Sony, then Vizio and even TCL/Hisense- I suspect by later this very year, OLED could be in real trouble staying competitive, especially past 65".
Anyone attacking the reviewer here for giving us an admitted quick preview is missing the point. No one is trying to deceive and anyone making a pre-order based upon an initial impression deserves what they get. Even the reviewer said go to your local brick and mortar (with your wife!) and view all options on a source close to what you will be using (if possible). Choice is not about perfect reference output but personal preference, especially with color 'pop'.
There is one reason I will not touch Samsung personally and that is the Dolby Vision thing. Heck, charge me double what Dolby charges you in royalty and then charge me triple what it costs you (minimal) to put in passive 3D and *CHA-CHING*!