Stay away from the LG 2019 OLED Models
In my opinion, unless you are getting the 88inch model why on earth would you wanna spend a leg and a kidney on the 77inch W9 or even the 77inch C9. They don't even support 8K so how on earth are these big screens supposed to FULLY utilize their HDMI 2.1 feature that LG is trying to sell you. Yet they are including it in a 75inch LED model, are you kidding me? Yes, I feel 8K really matters on such screen sizes that are trying to push HDMI 2.1 and are going to be very costly.
The 77inch models make no sense to me at all, are any of you thinking of buying them when you could easily get the 77inch W8 or C8 for an even better price (the prices will drop further once the new models go on sale allowing you to access the real-estate size of 77inch OLED aka the most prominent change when switching from 65inch or below). Yes, picture quality will obviously improve in the 2019 models but by how much considering its only through software and not hardware, I'm assuming paying less and getting 77inch is a sweeter deal given OLED's already stunning picture. Since the 77inch 2019 models don't even support 8K and there's barely content that takes advantage of HDMI 2.1 what's the point of future proofing?
Also no top emission OLED (and even no word on QD-enhanced OLED so far). It seems as if LG are not keen on improving hardware to improve picture quality meanwhile Samsung showed off a consumer MicroLED prototype that I wouldn't be surprised goes on sale next year. I love my 65inch E6 OLED but would love to upgrade to a 77 inch TV (I think the larger screen size can truly make a world of a difference and why should I pay more for a C9 or even C10 when the C8 gives me what I want most at the best price). Besides, I'd like to enjoy HDMI 2.1 and 8K with a superior Tv technology such as MicroLED or self/electro-emissive QD and by the time these superior technologies are available, we will at least have content that can take advantage of HDMI 2.1 and 8K (that's efficient future proofing in my opinion).