Bought it after having a led-strip behind the TV for years.
This adds so much more to the picture. Blacks look realy black and it realy offers an immersive touch to it.
Don’t get over enthusiastic by setting all to 100% brightness, the it will distract you. But with the correct settings you don’t even notice it’s on. Untill you turn it off. It’s then you immediatly notice you are missing something!
So in short, it’s way too expensive , but worth the investment if you are a fan of it!
I bought the DIY 4K kit with 55leds p/mtr. Which is double of what the original Dreamscreen ledstrip has.
I even went one step further and installed a HDMI splitter to capture the HDMI signal on a PC running capture software and the Philips HUE Sync app (entertainment room setup).
As a result the HUE lamps also change according to what’s displayed on the TV.