Had the TV for a little more than a month. I wanted to go from total blackout with projector I had for almost 10 years to a simpler setup with TV before moving to new apartment. Is very satisfied! The size is important to me, which meant that OLED fell away when the price situation is as it is.
For me who comes from the projector, the black is fantastic, actually to the point that I find it hard to see what OLED can do better. But then I want to highlight that I always have the lighting on the film or comic strip (which makes the impression that the black is better than it is) so in the down position, OLED is obviously better! It's just that the Q9FN has such good blackness that I never get disturbed by black bars and the like, a joy to watch movies again, whether it's 4: 3, 16: 9 2.35: 1 or 2.39: 1
Imagewise, it is fed with Nvidia Shield, UHD with HDR is crazy fine! But a warning finger, you start HDR-movies and open the mouths, you have to prepare to be dazzled when the brightness is set to max unlike the film.
Noteworthy is the table bracket and the attachment, it is similar to a TV for SEK 4-5000, wrongly and in my case, I had to use force to pry into the part that is attached to the TV, otherwise the holes were not aligned correctly. However, I have acquired a no-gap wall mount from Samsung but it is first installed when moving.
Gray uniformity is one thing I noticed when watching movies with single-color scenes, the panel is not completely uniform which can make you note certain DSE.
Fortunately, regular film or serial material is 99% exempt from this type of error, I have noticed it 1-2 times in the 100-150h I used the TV.
9/10 and light years better picture quality than my Epson 9300TW though slightly smaller picture size