Mixed opinion. I bought this as a replacement .
I love LG TV''s User Interface. I went from a 65 inch OLED LG to this model. The previous screen is far more beautiful, but suffered burn in (normal TV use), but alas it had been 5 years since I bought it and nothing could be done. Overall, this TV is great. The dimming zones can be a little annoying/jarring at times, especially when watching shows with a lot of black. After seeing the huge price drop this TV has experienced since I bought it... makes me wish I had waited. <br><br>I wish there were more HDMI ports. Most people buying these TV''s are gamers or tech nerds (like me) who likely have more than a few devices plugged in. For example, I have <br><br>1. UHD Bluray player<br>2. Google Chromecast for Android Apps and HBO MAX<br>3. Nintendo Switch<br>4. My PC<br>5. Playstation 4<br>6. Xbox One<br>7. Nintendo Wii U<br>8. Vizio Smartcast Soundbar and Surround Sound<br><br>I could keep going on, but I digress.<br><br>Picture quality 8/10.<br>I probably would go higher, but I take a point away for the dimming zones and a point because once you''ve had OLED it is hard to go back. At least I won''t have to worry about Burn-In though.<br><br>Sound quality 9/10.<br>This TV has great sound, but I use a soundbar with HDMI/ARC, so I don''t really use the different sound modes provided.<br><br>Features 9/10<br>LG''s App store, onboard apps such as Netflix, Amazon Prime, and many more are all standard and work seamlessly. I love the remote and voice command functions. I haven''t really used the onboard Google Assistant or Amazon Alexa, so I cannot give a fair review of those.