And this is exactly why some of us will not use an OLED tv as a monitor. I want to turn on the monitor and forget it. Don't want to baby sit it and do annoying little task to prevent burn in.
I haven't done a single ounce of babysitting on my CX and I even disabled ASBL (not to be confused with ABL which cannot be disabled). I use it for however long I want throughout the day sometimes up to 14 hours straight then just turn the TV off when I go to bed. Still no burn in so far, I think it just comes down to not blasting it at 80 OLED light.