I am currently looking for a new tv to upgrade from Samsung K6300. My biggest issues with this tv are clouding/black uniformity (I know it's not entirely connected to this particular model - clouding is always a random), narrow viewing angles and no 4K support. I use tv mostly for gaming on PC or PS3/X360 and watching movies. From what I've seen X900E shouldn't have much clouding thanks to full-array backlight and local dimming, but at the same time I heard it has problem with black levels (they are washed out). Input lag is also a bit high. On the other hand, MU7000/MU8000 have better input lag and black levels, but overall color accuracy and local dimming are worse. When it comes to viewing angles - I know all of the tvs I've mentioned are VAs, so they won't have stellar viewing angles, but they seem to be a bit better on X900E according to RTings. Being able to connect some older consoles would be a plus. From what I've seen - some Samsungs don't have the component connection. Good upscaling would be a plus and from what I gather from various reviews - people praise upscaling sony's implementation of upscaling a lot (as well as motion resolution). HDR and how bright the tv can go doesn't concern me - I will be watching only SDR content. The quality of operating system doesn't concern me as long as it's responsive when it comes to basic functionality (switching sources, volume up/down etc.). I am not going to use any apps and such. My budget is around ~1200 euro. Normally, I'd buy KS8000, but it's pretty much unavailable. Which one should I get, taking all of this into consideration?