Wall-E has the THX stuff.
It really shouldn't be different than a DVD. The DVD in an upscaling player the player should be switching the color space from 601 to 709 for you, the resolution will be 1080p.
The only thing I can think of that would cause signifigant differences is if your BD didn't upscale, as often TV's have per input, per resolution settings.
Honestly for someone that isn't going to use a colorimeter I think the THX stuff is fine for doing rough brightness/contrast and if you've got blue filters color/tint. Granted this isn't close to what you can do with instruments, but a better disc probably won't get you much better results unless you have specific needs (geometry, convergence, ect...)
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