I checked and it's just DTS:X, no Neural:X, so we're good there, and after running through the demos again, it seems that DTS is more focused on the ambient soundfield and less on the overhead pans and directionality. At least that's what I've gleaned from their demos, and it makes sense for the home format. I listened to those and several of my discs.
In that regard, I think DTS:X works quite well and Ex Machina and Atomic Blonde do a great job. For the Fate of the Furious and Independence Day, I didn't think it did as good of a job with pans and overhead effects as Atmos, though, but that may be more an effect of the sound mixes themselves vs. the tech.
Thanks for all of the input!
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