I'm sure that is all true, but I also feel like making all of their OLED's this year 4K with HDR is also kind of the problem. I mean each year their entry model has got a little cheaper (I'm pretty sure anyways) and last year they really hit a new level with the 9100. It just seems strange that now they are going backwards and the entry level model price went back up. I think they let go of 1080p a little too early, maybe next year would have been better. Or maybe they could made an "A6" model that was 4K without HDR or 3D because I feel like the addition of HDR is what is mainly driving the entry level price up. A 55 inch A6 like that probably could have been sold for 2K. I am definitely curious and excited about HDR but I could totally live with a 4K OLED that isn't HDR capable. 3D I couldn't possibly care any less about.
I suppose I can always get the 9100, though I would like to upgrade to OLED a d 4K at the same time whenever I do, plus it's curved but I might be able to live with that from what I have seen in stores of it I could hardly tell it was curved standing in front of it.