Why get it? The superior contrast and motion clarity obviously. The main weakness of OLED is burn-in I would say and because this is hooked up to a console (as I said in my first comment) it isn't likely to suffer from that anytime soon. It gets used a couple of hours a day at most and there are some days where it isn't used at all or gets used not for gaming but for watching movies. Was it expensive? Yeah but a cheap $500 TV doesn't even begin to compare in capability, not to mention I would need to deal with all that SmartTV crap. You literally are admitting that future-proofing is possible with displays since it won't be holding back performance (especially in consoles) anytime soon. It would be different if I was using this for a PC.Simple: OLEDs and their main weakness, regardless of how much they've improved. You're getting a 4K 240hz display that you won't fully utilize because, as you said, even 120hz is a struggle, so why get it in the first place if you're not gonna use it to it full extent in the near future? There will probably be cheaper alternatives all the time until GPUs can catch up to that level of performance, and when they do, much better OLED (or other tech) that won't have the same problems.