Cheers for the feedback, having viewed a friend's CX it is no surprise Samsung seriously outsell LG in the Singapore market, it didn't look anywhere close as good as my Q80R during the day (I'm sure night time is another matter).The Q95T/Q90T will basically perform the same as your last TV. They stepped down in quality overall, so those TVs are closer to last years Q80R than the Q90R.
The difference between Q95T/Q90T is with the one connect box, although the Q90T may not be available in certain markets.
If its important to use the TV during the day and you don't want to control lighting so much go for the Samsung, otherwise for watching in darker conditions, the OLED is better. In other respects each technology does their own set of things better or worse. Should be explained here:
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Having been reassured that the Q95T is also up to the task that'll be the one that I purchase once the refund is processed.