I almost exclusively never run games in HDR, but movies and TV it's just a painless process and looks way better on the Apple TV through Plex than fumbling about on the PC. The only time I watch a movie on my PC is when I want a much better surround sound experience.Ah man, I find HDR on Windows 11 great now. The Auto HDR feature works pretty well for most games that don't have official HDR support too. And being able to quickly toggle it off and on with Win + Alt + B makes it pretty convenient to use. I run every game in HDR where possible.
I had heard the QD OLED's were quite nice but I havn't seen one in person yet. Might go check them out in store or something when i'm next near a big electronics store.
Edit: thread appropriate and piggy backing off that last topic, wife got me an Audiosource amp so I can convert my current 5.2 setup to 7.2 for my birthday. Until I am able to get another pair of tower speakers I will be using it in bridge mode to power my NHT center speakers.