I know it's a bit old now, but I've only had this UN60EH6003F set a couple of years now, and up until now had only roughly calibrated it. Only have a Spyder3 at the moment, so I was stuck using Spyder3Elite & SpyderTV to calibrate, using the AVS709 reference files. (Yes, hoping to change that in the future. Would be nice to have a better meter.) I didn't bother with RGB gain/offset until today, as I just didn't force myself to take the time on it until now. Here are the settings I am now using.
Colour Space: Native
White Balance: see below
Gamma: -3 (This gives gamma of 2.07, discussed later.)
Dynamic Contrast: Off
Black Tone: Off
Flesh Tone: Off
Motion Lighting: Off (greyed out in my case)
Colour Tone: Warm2
Size: Screen Fit
Digital Noise Filter: Off
HDMI Black Level: Normal
Film Mode: Off (greyed out in my case)
Auto Motion Plus: Doowutchyalike
LED Motion Plus: Off
With regard to the white balance settings, I set the RGB offsets with a 20% grey image I got:
And with an 80% grey image for the RGB gain settings I got:
Overall, this gave me:
Black: 0.068 cd/m2
White: 122.333 cd/m2 (35.7 fL)
(Resulting in a 1799:1 contrast ratio.)
I noticed the default gamma setting of 0 gave an actual gamma of 1.79 so I figured I might as well fiddle with that, too. Using +3 brought a gamma of 1.52, and -3 gave a much more desirable 2.07 result. That's why I went with that.
And for "Mode" I went with Movie instead of Standard because for whatever reason the Standard setting was still too blue. I couldn't get better than 6969 K with it, which isn't too bad I suppose, but using Movie instead let me get it pretty much bang on. Standard mode did give me something around an extra 10 fL, but meh, it's bright enough as it stands.