By the way, I can't say I'm really happy with the picture I get with these settings. I just like the picture I get with these settings more than what I get with other settings that I tried.
The main problem is that it seems impossible to get good dark area detail while avoiding a somewhat "washed out" picture. Enabling black correctoin or C.E. improves contrast and provides a better picture in some ways, but dark area detail is lost. Disabling those features results in a somewhat "grayish" picture, and this affects many aspects of the picture, including skin tones.
By the way, I think DRC is somewhat buggy. Occasionally, parts of the picture become unstable (they start flashing or "pulsating") when DRC is enabled. Certain color patterns tend to trigger this. The problem goes away when DRC is disabled.