> I personally had terrible luck with a M series Vizio and would never go back. It
> felt cheap despite it being a 'top tier' line of their brand. And I don't care how
> many times I've heard that they're good for what they are, but TCL is lower quality
> that is only good when you're on a budget.
> That said, pay close attention to the "apps" at the bottom of RTings. One of them
> doesn't allow HDR on Amazon, the other on Youtube. Youtube has a TON of 4k HDR content
> that is completely free (mostly scenic nonsense, but I'm simple). For me that would
> be a dealbreaker.
> edit: And regardless of which you get, buy it at Costco if possible. 2 year warranty
> + additional 2 years if you have their credit card. Plus no questions asked return
> within 90 days. My son used his magnetic train to 'draw' neat little designs all
> over it. I wasn't going to put up a fight if they said no, it was my fault. When
> I brought it in they returned it without even glancing at it. I've heard people doing
> the same with the Xbox Elite controller.
The Vizio M series is their mid range TV. P series is the top tier and from what I have read has a very high build quality. Especially the 2018 model.
I am on the fence on waiting for the OLEDs to come down a little bit more, or to drop the $1200 on the P series 65".