Bought my dad a Panasonic 42 UT50 Plasma, excellent TV, great price. After the 100 hour Aging Process I Calibrated it using Calman and my x-Rite i1Display Pro. Great Results. Only later I discovered a big mistake.
I used D-Nice ST50 Calibration just as a guide to see how these new Panasonic Plasma were working, so when I went to the CMS, which my UT50 has in True Cinema Mode, I found out the Primary Luminance was higher than it should, I tried D-Nice setting of Color at 43, and that helped bring it all to standards. I continued the calibration to a very good end result.
Only later I noticed the ST-50 D-NICE calibrated didn't have a CMS, mine has, so I ended up using the Color Adjustment along with the CMS, something which probably wasn't needed if you have a complete CMS at your hands.
Do you think this usage of both Color and the CMS can affect the end result anyhow? The graph looks fine, so I wouldn't want to change it unless there's some obvious problem with using it this way.
Thank you guys! This forum has always been very helpful to me!