I did lot of research on the new monitor. I was using the LG 34uc88B prior but i started having constellation of stuck pixels and discovered it was common with LG panels (or you get vertical lines). I ended up getting the Alienware also because of its much lower price and its three year warranty. Dell/Alienware warranty service is known to be best in the monitor industry.
Also the only major difference between the alienware and LG has better quality control (better blb - less panel lottery) and slightly higher brightness at cost of much higher latency. Also consider the 950f HDR is not really HDR and the 950g gsync module is outdated. My advice is if your spending that much, keep any eye on the Asus/Acer that will use the AUO 4K AHIPS 32inch, True HDR10, mini-led, 144mhz panels. The 60mhz panel is coming out in summer under Asus ProArt P32UCX.
(copy from TFT central own site).
"Furthermore, AUO plans on improving the picture quality of their displays by replacing the imperfect full-array local dimming (FALD) system with the impeccable mini-LED technology which would allow for more backlight-controlling zones.
In fact, their first display with mini-LED backlight, the ASUS ProArt PA32UCX, is a 32-inch IPS display with 4K resolution, a 1,200-nit peak brightness for HDR content, USB-C (Thunderbolt 3 with 40 Gbps), and true 10-bit color support with 97% DCI-P3 and 89% Rec 2020 color gamut.
The monitor will be available in both 60Hz and 144Hz (likely 8-bit + FRC) variants."