I visited my local John Lewis store today with a view to nailing down a final choice of TV, but left the store in even more of a quandary trying to decide what to buy. I’ve yet to decide on screen size, 55” being a minimum, but if SWMBO approves, 65” beckons, although I have set myself a max budget of £2.2K, thus ruling out OLED above 55”. My short list (and viewed today) are... Sony XE93 LED @ 55” or 65” LG B/C7 OLED 55” Panasonic EZ952B OLED 55” I thought it would be an easy choice at 55”, OLED all the way, but I can’t get OLED’s limited HDR brightness out of my mind, and typically, the Sony XE93 was demoing material that really showed off its high brightness capabilities, looking obviously more spectacular than the XE90 it was sat next to (which is still brighter than OLED). I was also thrown a curve ball by the Panasonic EZ952B. I’d ruled it out purely because of no DV support, but having seen it alongside the LG’s, I think it’s picture processing was much nicer, leaving me with another quandary that if I do go OLED, it now might not be LG...urrr. If anyone whose recently gone through this buying process can spare the time to offer any useful comments (particularly post purchase, did it live up to expectation) I’d really appreciate it. I guess I need some reassurance that absolute brightness and lack of DV support isn’t the be-all for HDR content?