I have a 10 year old KRP-500M and I just got hold of a 2018 Samsung Q9FN to try out. I mostly watch Sky News, RT News, BBC, YouTube, Netflix and HBO from my Apple TV and a PS4. I loved the fact that Samsung had slimmer bezels, no heat or noise, ARC, HDR, 4K, nice Tizan OS etc etc but I found it awful for the content that I view. Yes, its looks fantastic watching 4K HDR demos and gaming blows away my Kuro but I just did not like the picture and viewing angles for Apple TV content or the native YouTube, Netflix etc apps. Also the local dimming screwed with the subtitles (bright then dim). I only spent a day with it and admittedly I just stuck it on Movie mode but it made me appreciate how much I love my 10 year old Kuro for its natural looking picture and great contrast. I was looking at the LG C8 OLED but as I watch alot of news channels I heard that they are not as forgiving with burn-in as the last gen Plasmas. I have decided to keep my Kuro until it dies. Its done 20,000 hours and I have tweaked the voltages and it looks fantastic. Anyone else almost made the jump but decided against it?