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Reviewed in the United States on August 4, 2021
Got the 77". It's been on the wall for a week, and so far we mostly love it. I'm using an apple TV, so haven't used any streaming features. Also haven't done any gaming. Also still using a first generation playbar, so an upgrade to an arc is in my future. Had to buy an upgraded HDMI cable for Atmos to work.
The panel has five 3" concave warping points on both sides. They aren't entirely uniform, so I don't think it's by design. They are only visible when turned off, and hard to see close up. During the day, when 10' away, with the TV off, they are totally obvious. The internet seems to think this is common, and ignorable, calling it either a by-product of anti-glare coating, or a panel tension issue. With the high price tag, it's hard to ignore. I also read it described as the "panel lottery", with my chances of getting a better panel not being good. Since return is still an option, I've been in limbo while contemplating whether or not to return it. It's huge, and was special delivery, so not eager to deal with that.
Getting it on the wall is a project best left to a professional. It does not come with a stand. My setup is temporary, so that's also in limbo. Getting it on the wall asap seemed safer than waiting for a professional installation. It comes with an ultra-thin mount, which connects near the top to recessed connections. The expectation is that you'll cut in a box for things that go behind it. It does accept a standard wall mount, which is the route I've gone for the moment. It's on an existing large amazon swivel mount, and holding well. Laying it flat to remove the packaging, and lifting it from flat require two people, are both a test of your nerves.