Thanks for your response. I used the color steps to adjust my color by trying to match the colored boxes to the white/gray boxes below them. My TV allows me to adjust Red, Green, and Blue color settings separately as well my TV's overall color setting. So, with the color steps, I could really fine tune my color settings by my eye.
With the blue filter, the color steps clip at the top three higher (and lighter) boxes. This leads to a more saturated picture but one that I'm not sure is accurate. It does look really good though so I'm not sure what I think yet. I've kept both calibrations so I guess I could test this new calibration for a while and see what I think and switch back if I feel it is necessary.
By the way, I have a Vizio VL370M and the thread associated with that TV has a lot of calibration. Mostly from me though.
Thanks for your help.
Just a quick update. I decided to calibrate my TV around the blue filter and the color steps pattern and put each calibration's settings in to two separate video presets on my TV. Then, I compared the two switching back and forth between the calibrations. The blue filter, to my eyes, lead to more vivid, realistic colors. The skin tones, using the color steps, looked a little pale whereas, with the blue filter, the tones look accurate. But, the change wasn't huge (though the numbers would have you believe differently).