How about you remove those Inuit snow goggles to see how small vertical image size of ultra low screens is for desk space consumption...
"hey look at me guys, I can rename things to make myself seem edgy and cool!"
Like I said in my post, I literally said I tried them side by side and found the 38" ultrawide far superior. Have you done any side by side testing in such a way? I would love for the 43" 4k to have been better to use as it was both cheaper and gave more screen space while I was working, but by the end of the day of using it, my neck was killing me from looking towards the top of the screen (on a monitor arm with the bottom of the screen practically resting on the desk and as far back as possible).
When I switched to the ultrawide, not only did I not get any neck pain when using it, but I could also have the monitor a lot closer, meaning it was far more immersive.
I'm afraid your internet opinion doesn't trump my real world testing and experience, sorry if that hurts your feelings