I am on the fence with the two TVs... One thing I hate about the LG is that stupid mouse pointer, is there a way to turn that off and just go through the menus with the 4 way on the remotes? Also, if there a faster way of getting to the picture settings? I don't know if my experience would be different on an OLED when it comes to brightness, but what happens with my Panasonic plasma is I have to crank the brightness up almost all the way to watch movies, or TV shows, but youtube is bright, or orders TV shows, etc. 99% of my content is played from my ApplTV 1080p (yes, of course U'll get a 4k AppleTV when I get a 4k TV).... But I wonder, will this be a non issue with the brightness on a modern TV?
I do like the way the colors pop on the LG, but the menu system is terrible, not the Sony, the menu is straight forward.
Do the Sonys have the night mode (which I assume is like the mode on the iPhones where it warms up the color temp at night)?
I like the TV picture off button, I was surprised to find that... That would be helpful anytime I am listening to music, and don't need the screen on for sure!
Is there a way to program a shortcut button for say brightness on either of the TVs?
Is there a voice command to adjust brightness, or other settings (Best Buy does not have an internet connection to use, so...)...
So far, the LG wins on color pop, and since I primarily like SCiFi, this makes sense, but the horrible menu setup!
The Sony just seems to work in every way, and the audio will be great in the future as a bedroom TV (if I ever use it as a bedroom TV in the future, but for now, I'll not be using it).
Do Best Buy techs know what they are doing when it comes to calibration?