I watched 'The Martian' on 4K/HDR last night.
My God. Oh, my God. That film, IMO, represents the best usage of HDR10 as far as content that is currently available at the moment. The amount of detail, and depth, that you could see in the spacesuits and rovers, was absolutely insane to experience.
Great film, by the way. Probably features the best production design of any sci-fi film since District 9--and is arguably the most visually impressive film from Ridley Scott since Alien and Blade Runner.
Also, do people here use blu-ray.com as a reference for what you're looking for in video quality? I'm a bit skeptical of them as of late, as they rewarded the Planet Earth II 4K BD a perfect 5/5 for its picture quality, but quite a few episodes still feature a lot of 'noise' and visual artifacts. I'm assuming this is just inconsistent mastering of HDR10 for this content, but it's still noticeable enough to drop the quality of that content down to a 3.5/5, possibly 4/5 at best.
EDIT: Oh, and one more thing, and again, it's in regard to motion: the video processor on the OPPO 203 is an absolute STUNNER. I already didn't have any experiences with 'judder' or motion issues others have reported, but I did notice the motion altogether is WAY smoother when playing BDs on the OPPO compared to the XB1s.
Last edited by TetraVaal; 04-16-2017 at 03:22 PM.