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There are two discussions at hand in this thread.
1) an unhappy customer
2) an individual that feels ISF techs need to be re-tested and policed.
1) after "proper" calibration, some may find the picture too dark, too red, too whatever... it takes a while to get used to viewing a properly calibrated set. Sometimes, we are all too quick to judge.
2) This should be another thead. It does nothing but taint the reputation of the calibrator unfairly.
If the calibrator just walked out of his/her ISF seminar, successfully passed the exam and this was the 1st, 2nd or 3rd... would that make a difference? How often should ISF "re-test"? Once a week, month or year?
This has really gotton silly IMO.
If you can’t explain it simply, you don’t understand it well enough – Albert Einstein