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That's all I can think of right now. Feel free to ask questions and I'll do my best to answer!
- MEMC adds a TON of input lag and makes gaming nearly impossible for anything that requires quick inputs (my demo was Forza Horizon 3 on the Xbox One X). Turning MEMC off allowed for reasonable gameplay, although there is still a perceptible amount of input lag. I would not recommend this for serious gaming, although I doubt anyone has considered it for that.
- Combined with a proper CLR/ALR screen, this guy pumps out light and is totally usable/viewable during bright daylight (my living room is fairly uncontrollable). I'm very happy with the brightness and therefore usability.
- The RBE is totally noticeable on white highlights within scenes/images, such as white/silver trim along a red car (...I was watching the last episode of the Grand Tour in 4K HDR last night...). It is a little distracting in that case. In other scenes, such as something with a white background, it is not noticeable at all. Overall, it isn't terrible, and for me it is acceptable.
- Colors are ok, but I think with the proper calibration it can look a lot better. There aren't a lot of options for calibrating, but I think it can be improved from stock/baseline. HDR programs disable most of the video controls, so options for a HDR calibration are severely limited.
- HDR doesn't 'pop' like you'd find on a LCD or OLED, but I didn't expect it to. Just throwing it out there in case someone was wondering!