I compared the LG 38GL950G with the Asus PG35VQ. Far i can tell the LG sucks. It's a LG 27GL850 in a bigger format.
-worst ips glow for an ultra wide, milky-grey glow is wide spreaded everywhere (also other ips monitors like LG 34GK950G/F are much better)
-bad colors (also other ips monitors like LG 34GK950G/F are much better)
-bad contrast (also other ips monitors like LG 34GK950G/F are much better)
-bad HDR (horrible, same as on the LG 34GK950F => edge led, no dimming zones)
-clouding pretty bad
-homogenity bad (yellow tint)
-no swivel (yes, *** for a 2000 Euro monitor)
-a little bit bigger than the PG35VQ
-fan is really quieted (on PG35VQ i had to swap the fans before it was nearly (is a little bit louder, but it wont die, because of overheat
) quiet like the LG), but i heared about overheat and ony a little life span
-little bit faster response times than PG35VQ (expect of btg
Overall the monitor isnt worth more than ~1000 Euros. The PG35VQ is so, so, so much better. In Germany you get the PG35VQ on sale for the same price as the LG 38GL950G. I unterstand LG's price, because the G-Sync HDR dp 1.4 module is costing ~500 Euros. But the edge led panel is pretty cheap so you could archive the price tag of arround 1000 Euros.
Nobody who knows the picture quality of the PG35VQ for 2000 Euro would pay nearly equal for a LG 38GL950G. I've seen on a german forum some people who didnt know the PG35VQ and they think they have made a great deal whith the crappy LG. LOL.
I will return the LG 38GL950G.
Big cutback of the the PG35VQ @ stock (so be warned):
Without swapping the fans is also horrible, because of the disturbing scrubing and rattlieng fan noise of 3 crappy Sunon fans