Hello all I currently have a Samsung UE55H8000 and am looking to upgrade to the world of 4K. I have popped into my local electrical retailer and have spotted a couple of deals within my price range that look okay. Just a couple of points worth noting, I live in Singapore so whilst the main brands such as Sony, LG Samsung etch are available here but the TCL and Vizio TVs I have read good reviews about are not on the market. The other consideration is that one wall in my living room is essentially a window (actually glass doors onto my balcony) and during the day it is quite bright. Taking the brightness issue into consideration I have been looking at the two TVs as a possibility: Sony KD55X9000E Samsung QA55Q7FA The Samsung is a slightly better price and comes with a free Xbox One S (which I would sell along with my Xbox One to buy an Xbox One X) but the reviews for the Sony are a lot better. The only thing holding me back is that I have read that neither model has Dolby Vision. I am not really familiar with HDR versions as I have had nothing that supports it until now so I don't really know if it is an issue. Once I upgrade I would be looking at accessing content through my Xbox One X in the form of gaming and 4K discs and streaming (predominantly Netflix, we do have an Amazon prime account but that is only really because it comes with the prime account we have for our shopping in Singapore). So two questions, if a source is Dolby Vision will it be able to run at HDR if the TV is not compatible? Am I likely to be missing out on a lot if I don't have it with the sources I expect to be using? I usually upgrade TVs every 3-4 years. 4K TVs were actually available when I bought my last one but at the time the TV I bought was better for 1080p content, which is all I had access to. Thank you in advance for your collective wisdom.