Just out of curiosity, did you try any of my calibrations?
They can be found here:
Sharp UQ17U Calibrations
It seems that you went with gauge-determined settings in Movie mode,
if my memory serves me at all. Either from a magazine or a user here with a gauge.
That's great if you like it, but you seem disappointed in the Sharp somehow.
I would like to hear your critique of the USER setting posted at the top of the thread.
Your dissatisfaction may have nothing to do with color temperature (white color), but
maybe you can see if you like it or not. Either way, I'd love the feedback.
There are definitely two camps -- those who swear by the gauges and those who don't.
My theory is that Quattron sets throw off the machine readings with the yellow pixel.
They make the gauge read too much blue, were actually it is needed to counteract
the yellow wavelength. Since the gauge is RGB and the Yellow is a different wavelength,
they either don't see it at all or, more likely, misread it. Thanks for your time!