Quoted from delt31:
HDR is so overrated. Unless you were only watching movies in movie mode HDR sometimes make the movies look even more dull and I have an OLED TV. Prob the biggest pile of overrated garbage I've seen in sometime if not ever. Total market hype that when applied to real content disappoints
Oh and Disney + looks like an absolute hit.
Really? What model year LG OLED do you have? We have a 2016 model and while some HDR looks better than others, it almost always looks amazing. Much bigger difference than 4k for the viewing experience.
In a dim or dark room, calibrated OLED HDR is always better than calibrated LED HDR (more natural brights, substantially better blacks), but in a bright room OLED HDR can look dim.
EVENING EDIT: Wow, Disney+ really screwed the pooch with The Mandalorian HDR. I watched it the night before launch on a 1080p plasma - looked fine, no HDR. But tonight with the family watched in HDR on an OLED. Whoever graded the HDR at the production house HAD to have done it on an LED because on an OLED the title screen with the Mandalorian logo zooming up about 3 minutes in you can SEE THE RECTANGULAR BORDER OF THE LOGO IMAGE zooming up because it's very slightly different black than the background. Really unprofessional HDR grading, and generally bad-looking HDR all around. Very surprised. I was sure it'd look great in HDR. I was wrong. Disney+ fail. They need to take a lesson from 4k HDR Lost in Space on Netflix, which looks amazing.