In regards to Vincent's video he confirmed, slightly better upscaling, near black processing, tru-motion options and some raised black in DV, all that some of us mentioned early on. Also if you don't calibrate and see any raised blacks in any PM just lower the black level from 50 to 49. If you calibrate it should correct this. The Dolby Vision problem is a Dolby problem not anything with the LG so we will need to wait for that fix that's been reported early on. As far as BFI, he confirmed what D-Nice reported as well. I'm glad we all saw basically the same thing when evaluating this TV.
One last thing concerning raised blacks. Due to the OLED technology and the way LG handles near black processing, there will be sets that crush slightly, have slight raised blacks and some that are spot on. My suggestion is if you calibrate, you should be able to make adjustments to fix this, if not then just lower or raise the black level 1 click if the panel is good without tinging and or banding and has good brightness. Most of the sets i've seen have good black level but we will have to see more to see if there is a trend. OLED panel technology is not perfect so you need to find a set that is "acceptable".
Sony 55A1E, A9F, LG CX
Marantz 7012, Ohm Walsh Speakers
Klein K10-A, Jeti 1501, Murideo Six-G Gen2
Calman Ultimate, LightSpace Pro, ISF Level III Certified