I've spent a lot of time removing the red tint that comes with Warm 2 for PC use and now I'm not getting a red or blue tint on anything white. I also found that LED Dynamic Control: Standard would crush detail in dark areas in Video Games and found Low to be the best of the 3 settings. I tried Gamma +1 and +2 on various content and found Gamma +2 resulted in a washed out picture, Gamma +1 is what I recommend.
My settings for CATV, PC(Nvidia with default display settings), PS3 and PS4.
Scene: General for CATV, Graphics for PC, Game for PS3/PS4 and Cinema for Blu-ray
Picture Mode: Custom, Graphics, Game-original and Cinema 1
Color: 48 (RGB/Y Pb/Cb Pr
/Cr full source) Untested(RGB/Y Pb/Cb Pr
/Cr limited source)
Color Temp: Warm 2
Sharpness: 56 for Video (65 for PC/PS3/PS4)
Noise Reduction: Auto (for CATV only, otherwise Off)
MPEG NR: Off
Dot NR: Off
Reality Creation: Off
Smooth Gradation: Off
CineMotion: Auto 2(for video) Off(Game/Graphics)
Black Corrector: Off
Adv. Contrast Enhancer: Off
LED Dynamic Control: Standard(video) Low(Game/Graphics)
Auto Light Limiter: Off
Clear White: High
Live Color: Off
White Balance: R-Gain -3 , rest 0
Detail Enhancer: Off
Edge Enhancer: Off
i/p Conversion Preference: Quality(for Video and 480i/1080i) Speed(Game/Graphics)
Ambient Sensor: Off
All other sensors: Off
Pro Picture Setup
HDMI Dynamic range:Auto
Video source notes.
1. PC set to 1080p@60hz and RGB Full.
2. PS3 set to1080p, RGB FUll, Y Pb / Cb Pr
/ Cr Super-White ON and Deep Color Automatic.
3. PS4 set to 1080p RGB FUll and Y Pb/Cb Pr
/Cr Full and Deep Color Output Automatic.