No TV is perfect. - The same can be said if spending £500 or £5000.
Everytime we get a`personal recommendation' or`what the best' or`if I were you' type of the questions, can we remind members of the saying:`one man's meat is another's poison'. We need to construct a profile of your taste for pros, TV use and more importantly your intolerance for specific cons for you to make the right choice. or...you can take the plunge and find out later. Nonetheless even with all the recommendations in the world, make sure you can demo the TV before you buy it, ideally with your own content in a dark demo room which stores such as richer sounds have. If not, make sure you are able to return the TV if you are not happy with it. Buy from a reputable source!
Please answer the following questions:
What are your sources going to be? eg - Do you have fibre internet capable of UHD streams? Will you be buying and using an UHD Blu-Ray player? Netflix? Amazon? Catch up TV? HDR consoles? PC?
SD vs HD vs UHD use percentage? eg 20% 60% 20%
Movies, football, console games, PC use (in percentage)?
Are you bothered with basic calibration ie discs?
How close can you view the TV?
What are you currently using and what do you expect by upgrading to a new TV?
Please rearrange the following PQ attributes, in descending importance:
SDR Colour Saturation
SDR Colour Accuracy
Viewing angle (will you view from the side, or head on)
Motion handling (and do you like to have options in the menu to increase motion clarity or do you leave these settings alone)
HDR Colour Accuracy
HDR Colour Saturation
How accurate the picture is out of the box (without having to change any settings)
Now for bugs, tell us your possible pet hates related to TVs, in descending order:
Temporary image retention
Bad screen uniformity, Dirty Screen Effect, Clouding, Light Bleed, Blooming
Soap Opera Effect
3:2 Pulldown Judder with 24hz movies. See: Judder-Free 24p on TVs
Loss of detail in dark areas
Colour banding. See: Gradients on TVs: Color bit depth (warning this is not the same as vertical banding, for vertical banding see bad screen uniformity)