The increasing demand of mobile applications has brought large amount of mobile traffic. To meet users' requirements for high-quality video delivery, it is an urgent task to provide fair-quality video delivery for various users and situations. In this paper, we evaluate QoS and QoE characteristics and validate QoE unfriendliness in heterogeneous DASH contents distributions to provide QoE-fair video delivery,. In the evaluations, we employ multiple contents with different resolutions, frame rates, and rate-distortion characteristics. By using heterogeneous DASH contents, we evaluate the effect of playout buffer size on QoS and QoE performances. Evaluation results show that smaller playout buffer size contributes to QoE improvement under network congestion. In addition, we confirm that suppression of playback stall is a particularly important factor to achieve QoE fairness compared to other QoS metrics such as initial delay and representation.