Just to point out it wasn't overlooked at all in my review. You'll also see me mention the same issues on the Q80T review and in most FALD TV reviews. It is a downside of the technology and when you try to make the TV thinner as with the Q800T you amplify the issue, which is again mentioned in full. I 'expect' to see DSE with FALD TVs - that doesn't mean it gets ignored and not mentioned or pointed out to readers. It's a flaw of the technology and it is an issue that needs addressing. We always feedback our finding via reviews.Not one to bash, but if it's "expected" a TV to have DSE/banding and therefore it's overlooked in critique then it's legitimising the manufacturers to continue to ignore these issues which are important to consumers IMO.
DSE is a major problem and as some TVs don't have it and some are so bad they get panels changed, it should be a priority to refine the technology to reduce this phenomenon. Nobody needs an 8K TV as there's no content, and instead I suspect a lot of people wish Samsung concentrated on manufacturing clean 4K LED panels tv with more dimming zones. For example I've got a 65Q80T and you can see DSE quite easily but as a gaming TV it's fine, and after cashback I only paid £1199 for it, which is obviously a good price, but atm they want about £1799 which is way too much when it has some flaws.
As for whether 8K TVs are worth it - well worth is a personal thing and it will be up to people to decide what is worthwhile for them and if it is worth the extra outlay over a good quality 4K TV. Some people always want the latest thing and given we are a forum of early adopters I would expect a few readers will be interested in making the jump, whether any of us agree or not that 8K is worth it.