Not sure if this belongs here or in the TV forums, but I'll start here:
I have a Pioneer Kuro Elite Pro 111FD, and I went through the D-Nice break-in and ControlCal adjustment procedure to set up the special ISF picture presets.
ISF Day looks great with programming from my Dish HD satellite reciever, including movies recorded to DVR from HD movie channels.
When my Best Buy Reward Zone points from the TV purchase became usable, I went out and got a BD60. I don't own any Blu-Ray titles yet, so DVD upconversion quality was a primary concern. I started out with Star Wars IV, which looked rather shoddy until I realized that I had not set the HDMI input connected to the BD60 to ISF Day mode. Once changed, it looked very good.
Then I started putting in some other movies as time permitted. LOTR-Fellowship of the Ring and Return of the King looked kind of dull, flat, and brownish. I changed the picture mode to the built-in Standard and Performance (the dreaded "torch mode") and they both looked much better than ISF Day. I found the same thing with Polar Express.
There are inherent picture quality problems with using these non-tweaked factory picture modes, and I want to get back to using ISF Day without it going into low-wattage sepiatone land! What kind of setting changes should I try? The only real tweaks I have done on the player are to choose 24P mode and set the quality to Fine. Is there some kind of color or image processing on the Panny side, or a setting in the way HDMI talks to the TV, that I need to change or disable?