Originally Posted by vlad335
Halfway through unboxing and mounting this TV. Reading these posts makes me want to reverse the process and go get the 950G now. Terrible motion... Not as bright... the kicker is saying it looks good with a 4k promo feed. Every set does! Oh My.
I will be comparing this to a Samsung KS8000 65". Its not like I cannot afford a better TV.
If it is in anyway inferior it is going right back to Best Buy.
Well, not everyone is a TV expert. Not everyone is going to scrutinize the set like an rtings review and compare color spectrums, and measure brightness, and all kinds of other settings and terms.
I don't have time/resources to buy one, compare it with another TV, nit pick every single thing about it, send it back, get another TV, rinse and repeat until I find one that is just "perfect". I suspect a lot of others are in the same boat.
If the TV isn't damaged, have dead pixels, things that are easily noticeable and clearly affect viewing (which for some motion can be), then for me it's fine.
The point is, people need to understand what their needs are and get a TV that suits their needs. At the end of the day, it is up to everyone to decide what those needs are, how important they are, and how much they are willing to spend.
What I and others are doing is providing feedback based on our own experiences in the short amount of time we've had the set. No need to be snarky about.