Here are my settings after using my picture calibration DVD.
Color Temperature Warm
Dynamic Backlight (DCR) Low
Insignia Motion 120Hz Off due to the Amount of Baseball I watch
Backlight 30 (My DVD didn't have a way to measure this, so according to my personal taste.)
Noise Reduction Middle
Adaptive Contrast Middle
All auto settings off
I've never had to purchase a low budget tv before, but I'm on disability, and so I took the plunge with truly what I could afford. My HDMI Inputs are connected to Directv, a Samsung Blu-Ray player, and Roku. I currently have nothing else connected. At first I thought I was going to be taking this set back. The Insignia looked way too HOT coming out of the box and the Whites were bleeding. Now, after calibrating this TV, it looks quite good for a very low budget purchase. I now can truly say, I'm enjoying watching it. Please, let me know if you have better calibration software. Mine is a number of years old. If you do so, I'd be interested in hearing your settings.
Television: Samsung UN65JS9000
A/V Receiver: Denon AVR-X4300H (Ordered Dec. 9, 2016)
Subwoofer: HSU VTF Subwoofer
Speakers: Definitive Tech StudioMonitor 65, ProCenter 2000, ProMonitor 800, Heos 1 HS2
Digital Video Recorder: Directv 4K DVR
Set Top Box: Apple TV