Overall, I think it is an affordable TV now that it has dropped in price.
+ The colors are nice and clear
+ The brightness is great, watching TV in a bright room is no problem
+ The wide-angle filter works well and the TV maintains high picture quality even from the side
+ The anti-reflection filter works well, but can give rise to rainbow effects from light sources.
+ Local dimming works very well in all modes except game mode (see below).
- The copies I owned all suffered from distracting DSE, which made the screen feel dirty when panning against a monotonous background such as a hockey rink, football field or sky.
- The game mode used to reduce the lag to about 15 ms significantly degrades the picture quality as it adjusts or peels off many of the finishing touches that the TV uses to produce such a fine picture in other picture modes. This means, among other things, that the local dimming becomes significantly worse, which is why the image loses a lot of contrast and blackness. The brightness also decreases significantly so that bright parts such as fire / sun / reflections become much less effective. Of course, it is understood that the TV must do something to optimize when playing games, but sacrificing so much of the picture quality is worse than the competitors in the same price range, and is apparently much better solved in the 2020 models. So if you buy the TV to play on, you should instead choose the newer T-series.
You can choose to play in another mode to maintain the nice image, but must then be prepared for the team to increase to 50-70 ms depending on what you choose to activate.