Just put this in as my flagship TV for watching movies. It displaced 65" Sony A8F OLED screen. It is paired with Panasonic DP-UB820 4K Blu-ray player and Denon 4400 receiver.
Setup and connections were a breeze and everything works right from the get go. One Connect cord is a neat idea although I already had HDMI cord running through the wall and power outlet at the wall mount for the Sony, replaced HDMI with One Connect cord that carries power and all input signals.
QLED looked great on store display but I was a bit anxious how its gonna perform in my living room with lights down. Sony OLED wasn't the brightest but deep blacks and great contrast produced excellent picture. Happy to report that QLED performs amazingly. Do not see a difference in deep blacks and better brightness and 8K resolution looks better than OLED in bright and dark room! Regional backlit control works wonders, watched several movies with extreme bright and dark portions of the scene. Opening scenes of The Angel Has Fallen where Buttler is in pitch black room looking through a small wall slit out onto sunny outside. His face is lit up to maximum but everything around him is deep dark!
This is not the good old LED where there would be washed out grey and halos everywhere.
Also love love the minimalistic remote that is slick and has few buttons only. Reminds me of AppleTV remote. TV turns on instantly. Only if it supported Dolby Vision I'd be in complete movie heaven, till then HDR10+ it is!