I bought this for $1800 last December. It's my daily driver screen, and it's a pleasure to work on--I can open up documents and review four pages onscreen at once. I sit three feet from the center of the screen, and the curve helps counteract the barrel distortion I'm used to seeing whenever so close to a large screen.
Controls are surprisingly robust, and since I've never bought a gaming monitor I've not enjoyed gaming performance this good since my Samsung CRT monitor about a decade ago.
The adaptive brightness inherent in the LG OLED technology in this set is annoying in that I can't easily calibrate the colors, but I'm satisfied with the colors out of the box without having to learn a more professional system of color calibration that can avoid triggering the adaptive brightness.
HDR is great for streaming and games, when it's supported. Mass Effect Andromeda's spaceship interiors look vibrant with HDR and washed out without it, but the Windows 10 implementation (Creators' Update) is still not ideal--I get chromatic distortion and even some blurring with system fonts as well as some programs' fonts when I allow Windows to run in HDR, though if I set Windows to not use HDR everything is just fine and I still get all the other benefits of this screen. I figure it's a matter of time before Microsoft and the GPU companies can get this sorted so everything just works all the time.