Question, when you go to calibrate your grayscale you should start with the two point and adjust using the white balance gains and offsets. Now I know some people use 80% for the gains and others use 100%. Now if I use 100% and let's say my red is at 120% my blue is at 110% and my green is down at 85%, how should I go about adjusting this? Should I leave green alone and bring the red and blue down to balance all three or do I bring green up some and then bring red and blue down to balance them. I guess my real question is when do you touch green? I know that I can bring red and blue down and get them all to balance and this will give me a certain Y value. Or I can bring green up and then balance all three and this will give me a different Y value. Now please correct me if I am wrong here but isn't the Y value at 100% the base for all the rest, like at 50 or 60%? I do know that when you make changes to 100 and the Y value changes it changes all the other points. I guess this goes back to if 100 is the base for the rest and I can obtain different Y values depending on how I adjust red, green and blue what is the standard or the proper way to adjust these. I hope I am making sense here.