yeah, i agree totally. probably hundred millionaires or billionaires that are interested in tv might buy first generation microLed.
like first generation oled which debuted in 2013, it cost like $13,000 for a 55" 1080p. then in 2014, the 55" 1080p oled dropped down to $4,000 for 2nd generation oleds. then in 2015, the 3rd generation 1080p oled dropped down to about $2,500. in 2016, 4th generation oleds are 4k with hdr and wcg coming with several models and 2 sizes of 55" and 65". the cheapest 55" 4k with hdr and wcg oled of that year only cost $1,800 during black friday.
in 2017, the cheapest 55" 4k with hdr and wcg oled tv only cost $1,500 during the week of black friday. the strange thing is the cheapest 55" 4k with hdr and wcg oled tv cost $1,600 during the week of black friday of 2018. $100 more expensive than previous year's model. then in 2019, the cheapest 55" oled with wcg and hdr and with hdmi 2.1 and 120 hz supports only cost $1,200 during the week of black friday. in 2020, this past black friday, it still cost $1,200 for the cheapest 55" 4k with hdr and wcg oled with 120 Hz hdmi 2.1 support.
so, i thought the 2020 model should cost a bit less for the cheapest model compares to 2019 model during the week of black friday but it just equals it. i was hoping it cost $100 less but it cost the same as last year's model which is okay with me.
What i am trying to say is, pretty much anything 1st generation cost a lot of money, later generation models should cost much less. maybe 2nd generation microLeds might cost around $100,000 instead of $156,000 for the 110" model. and cheaper than that for the models after that.
who knows in 5 years from now, 75" microLeds might cost $5,000 for that year's model. its still expensive but if one can wait, it might cost less than that in the year and years after for the later models.
i just bought an oled and i am very satisfied with it and i won't be upgrading my tv for at least a decade from now as i enjoy the 4k 120hz oled tv that i have now.