Gregg Loewen just finished. Took 1hr 50 minutes, and hes a great guy.
Some comments from him:
*) My set in particular had an almost spot on grayscale (this fluctuates between sets)
*) He moved blue up a bit and red and green down in the service menu.
*) He explained that many people expect to see the perfect picture all the time, but its not the case. He calibrated to my bluray player so it will give me the picture the director intended when watching movies. The Directv is on the same settings, and skin tones are better. He stated what many see with skin tones (red/yellow) in normal tv programming is just the fluctuation between cameras and cant be helped. He said you just cant calibrate to HDTV, because its not consistent. That being said, my D* looks better.
*) Gamma in Cinema mode was 2.1, which is excellent and Warm is definitely the best temp to use regardless.
I cant post my settings because he adjusted Contrast and Brightness in the SM with Cinema mode after he reset it. Only two Cinema mode settings he changed after the Service menu were tweaking color and tint.
He stated that this tv had "excellent" blacks, and I think he's considering a 85 or 800 for himself. He commented that Kuros were awesome sets, but he really liked the Panny's, especially for the price.
Ill post pre and post calibration pics in the pictures thread. Whole calibration cost me $510 and that includes the ideal lume lamp (which he mounted properly for free).
I asked him about CATS, and he has no idea either