I'm intrigued by OLED because even after years of LCD, I prefer CRT and plasma. I'm also quite sensitive to judder. This seems to be a bad combination. Trying to check out OLED TVs, I found that every store that has LGs on display here will have them set up so dark that all shadow detail is lost even in the official LG demo clips (chess figures, planet with craters, bearded guy in a robe). I asked a store person and she said that it's impossible to change any settings during the demo run and they refused to hook up any other sources. So I just can't get any sense of these TVs. The proper stores I called that would let me try different sources don't stock these "cheap" LGs at all, only the higher-end models, but I don't want to reach any conclusions based on those. Next to the 55E6V I saw there was a Sony 55XE9305 that cost exactly the same and looked much better with the store demo, so I read up on that one: XE93 is said to have excellent motion out of the box without much (any?) interpolation as well as wonderful brightness. The major problem seems to be haloing, and lag with 1080p content. E6 is said to suffer from judder and require careful TruMotion tuning. But yay OLED. Content I plan to play mostly 24 fps UHD Blu-Rays and regular FHD Blu-Rays via a Sony X800. Then there's UHD HDR 30/29.97 fps (?) material from the TV's Netflix client, and a bunch of older files via Kodi. I don't care about AndroidTV, it would be fine to hook up an external streamer for Kodi. I'm guessing that Dolby Vision will not be important for me as long as UHD Blu-Rays and Netflix series generally include HDR10 (?). Room situation The room is easily darkened and I could put bias lighting behind the Sony to compensate for haloing if necessary. My viewing angle will be straight on and the room can only seat two people, so tight angles aren't a problem. Goal and budget I would like to have something that plays judder-free with as little processing as possible, that does a good job at 24fps, 29.97/30 fps and that has solid blacks and good shadow resolution. OLED would be extremely intriguing in this regard, but I think it's clear why I'm a bit reluctant there. I have about EUR 2200 - 2400 to play with, and both TVs cost EUR 2200 here (Switzerland).