I got my OLED65C8PUA from Cleveland Plasma (Thanks Chris!) on Friday. Unfortunately had to leave on Saturday for a business trip, so I didn't get a lot of time to play with it.
The TV was delivered by FedEx double boxed, and came in fantastic condition. The FedEx driver was awesome and I asked him to help me bring the TV up my stairs, offered him $20 and he helped me and then refused to take the $20 ...
Removed the TV from the box by myself, it would be a lot easier to do it with a 2nd person - but is totally possible if you're very careful. No issues attaching the stand - was easy and only took a few minutes.
I had some strange issues with HDMI ports at first - I could only get the back facing HDMI port 4 to work initially. The other side facing HDMI ports would not work for me no matter what. As per normal troubleshooting I checked for and performed a firmware update on the TV and then after the TV came back up, turned everything off and turned it back on - and the HDMI ports all started working.
Following that, everything has been great - I am coming from a 60" Pioneer Elite Kuro Pro-151FD and a Panasonic TC-P65VT60. This being my first OLED TV, the brightness and color on it are amazing.
I don't really have enough hours on the TV yet, but I ran through a few different test videos, the 5% grey one in a completely dark room and it did not show any visible banding to my eyes, it looked perfect to me - but maybe my eyes aren't that good
The TV itself looks great out of the box in the Technicolor Expert mode for SDR/HDR and Cinema Home for Dolby Vision. I'm sure it would look better calibrated - but it looks so good already I'm not sure most casual folks really need to do much more than an eyeball calibration themselves.
What settings are folks using for TrueMotion? I played with the settings a bit, and I couldn't find a setting I really like. Having it completely turned off made it seem the closest to Plasma motion to me but when watching sports like hockey - the motion detail is significantly reduced (can't clearly see the numbers on the backs of jerseys in motion like you can with Plasma). With either the smooth or clear option turned on - I hated the soap opera like effect and I tried playing with the user setting, but I couldn't find one I really liked.