Well, the LG tv we have at home has a lot of controls for minute adjustment of colors up & down the scale, all that ... so if this one has the same controls that a much less spendy LG does, it can probably be made to work for your "paired" tasks of use by colorist and visiting clients.
Now ... how critical is the work you do? That's the real question here. There is a reason why most full colorist suites have a b-cast monitor in them. Can one get by? ... If carefully chosen & set up, well ... how high are the stakes here? And further, what are the expectations of those clients? Will they be either unimpressed at a non-b-cast monitor, or just thrilled at a pretty picture?
Few years back I was looking at either a D3 or D700 for portrait stills, about $4G difference in cost. Sought advice from a couple good peers. One popped a quick question ... who you shooting? Answer: a fair number are professional type men.
Ah ... D3 for sure. D700 would do just fine, but wouldn't have near the Professional Feel to their experience. I spent the dough ... and was glad I did. Yea, had quite a number of my clients notice ... I never said anything but had men going "Oh, wow ... " who definitely noticed that was a Serious Camera and knew the nomenclature between a D700 & D3.