I think another point worth mentioning here is that in 100-16.9 projector screen vs 77 tv you can at a stretch argue the point, but let's be honest in reality the difference is hugh now if you where to go 100inch scope screen there literally is no comparison to be made the scope screen will dwarf the tv screen, but of course we talking about only watching movies at this point.
Again.. the debate is not in relationship to scope +/- bigger screens
I don't think anyone is arguing a 77'' panel of even microLED gold is going to be better than a 120'' scope screen..
Personally I'd rather have a 120'' 16:9 screen than a 100'' scope screen though... as I find more and more content seems to be 16:9, especially if you game, watch TV etc. And for those films which seem to switch aspect ratio.
I think people are trying to turn this into an OLED vs Projector debate. Its clear from the title I was trying to keep it to a 77'' vs 100'' projector debate because the 90-100'' range is a commonly used home theatre size in our country due to our smaller living spaces, and its a size where I think they are pretty close.
As I've stated before and before, if you're going for BIGGER than 100 inches, especially at the 120''+ range, a projector moves into a completely different class of size and immersion where regardless of PQ or HDR ability, its just a different ball game.
For those with rooms fairly big and dedicated, this really doesn't even apply.