I have read nothing but rave reviews about the ks7000, about how great it's blacks are and how good the HDR is but I have recently received the set and I have to say, after calibration I am extremely underwhelmed. Not only does the HDR (when utilised) completely destroy black levels and wash them out but black levels in SDR content also seems very washed out. For comparison, I purchased a 55 h6400 a few years back, it was a low/mid tier TV at the time, no dimming whatsoever, essentially barebones and quite frankly it makes the ks7000 black levels look very washed out and poor in comparison, trust me, I have had them side by side and it really is a night and day difference to me. Is my KS7000 faulty? I mean it does have some clouding present (my h6400 has no clouding whatsoever got a great unit) but I don't think the 7000 has enough to really effect the image as much as it is, I really cannot get black anywhere near inky, even with smart led on high and brightness down to 39 with the backlight to 4-5 it looks washed out I used better call Saul as a 1-1 comparison, season 2 episode 3 at the end they meet in a dark carpark, on my h6400 the blacks are great, even with the backlight up to 20 in a dark room they avoid looking washed out, then I switch to my ks7000, same scene, same timestamp, backlight at 20, washed out to hell, Black's look grey and pale, even with backlight at 4 it's not matching the h6400 at 20! So either there is some false information going around about the 7000 or it's faulty because surely my h6400 should not be outperforming it? Does anyone have any input?