Thats not entirely accurate . After the G1 purchase, and the regret that came thereafter due to lack of brightness, i wasn't quite ready to plonk down another 2.5L for a TV. Enter the demo piece of the X95G which I found for 90K this past December (2021). Total was 1.05 with 4 years additional full coverage insurance for peace of mind in addition to the 1 year given by Sony .I am not exxagerating - that model 95G was compared to even the Z series. And for SD also it outperforms most other TVs. Even in that model the 75" and 85" versions had wide angle view filter so 65 " was a special one. Plus the X1 ultimate processor which even powered 8k TV product line had a judder free 24 hertz adjustment for sports viewing and it had a functioning google internet of things for home automation given free if claimed (basically a software with a scheduled installation provided by Sony if i remember it right which only Z series offered after that model) and its jet blacks was nothing short of OLED levels. It sold out within days of launch like piece of hot cakes. Natural colours and the list goes on. Demo pieces were sold at market rates. That kind of demand. 95H had no 65" in India release and 90H 65" was sold at 1.75 the next year and that was a downgrade for a higher price. It had the center channel sound sync with the dashing typical of all master series in Sony's stable. (95H did not). Plus the brightness hit 1200 nits and above consistently while 95H and later did not. Samsung took over as flagship from 2020 onwards in this segment.