That video kinda explains why I'm so hesitant on OLED. If you have baby it ( be cognizant of your viewing habits ) and vary your content then I'd wager its not for me. I can go days playing the same game ( Especially RPGs) or watching the same program( binge watching series). Plasma kinda got around this by having a break in period( ugh 100 hours or so), then you were relatively good to go. My son and wife have left static images on our plasma tvs for hours and haven't had any burn in due to the tedious care I gave it when the tv was new. I'm don't think oleds have that option. I also don't see many videos showing long term oled burn in test with gaming. I'm talking 2 years or so with someone who plays more than an hour or 2 a day.
I'm not saying oled is bad tech, its just seeming more and more not for me and my gaming lifestyle. If it burns in 6 months to a year in due to how I'm using it, that's a waste of at least 1k on my part.
It was tempting getting a new TV this weekend but I held off. I still have the flicker on the top 1/3 for sure in something like NFS Heat, but in Outer Worlds it almost seems like that flicker is more noticeable on the whole screen. Could be something in that game though. Either way I think I should wait until CES like you said. New features, better tech, etc even if it means paying a bit more.