I got an i1Display2 colorimeter and HFCR SW to try my own home grown calibration on this set. I purchased the Disney WOW disk, burned the AVSHD test available on the calibration forum here, and did a bunch of self-education online. IOW, I am an amateur, not a professional calibrator. OTH, I thought my experiences might be useful to other amateurs attempting to get their settings right either with or without colorimeter.
First off, my own goal was to get something close to the 709 standard as at least one of my settings so I would have an accurate baseline. The movie mode with warm temperature is much closer to 709 than user mode. On this set (and I gather many others) this is the mode to set up for color accuracy.
If you don't have colorimeter and sw, this post by Buzzard767 is absolutely correct: "http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?p=19645038#post19645038
". The WOW disk has more help and explanation when you are first starting out, but the patterns on the AVSHD disk are actually easier to use once you get the hang of what you are doing, and buzzard767's advice plus the documentation will get you there.
If you go the route I went and get a cheap ($100 on Amazon) colorimeter, then the best guide I found is this guide for dummies on greyscale and colour calibration "http://www.curtpalme.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=10457
". Adjusting the grey scale is a significant improvement, the instructions are very detailed, and understandable. This guide helps you figure out your colorimeter and your software on a budget.
After that, when I went to adjust the color gamut (hue and saturation beyond the simple adjustments above to values) and I spent days and hours tweaking, reading retweaking for very small improvements. It may be my lack of skill and learning curve, it may be difficulty of the Sharp CMS, but unless you like science experiments (I really do) there is little value added here for this amateur. As the dummy's guide above says, if you color gamut is at all in the ball park, you are 95% of the way there before hue and sat.
I know that is a long preface, but I think it is more important than my settings. All the usual caveats on different viewing and lighting conditions. I found that my settings held up over a fairly good set of backlights, and that I could adjust it to normal SD using color slider (down) and tint slider (up).
Contrast 30 (I found color sat problems above 30-31)
Brightness -1 (AVSHD disk is most helpful here and this setting is important)
Should have been 1,0,-3,-3,13,3
" Should have been -5,-1,16,8,-3,-10
Color Temp Low
" Should have been 23,1,5,22,0,9
but I like 24,-1,8,22,0,9
a bit more after a late night tweak
Gamma = 0 (this gave gamma close to 2.2)
black level low
film mode off
digital noise reduction off
color at -7 and tint at +7 seemed about right for SD
P.S. Has anyone had a professional calibration of this model yet?