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I'll even go one step further and say that anyone who has not spent time with a calibrated (with instrumentation) TV may only notice differences in screen brightness/contrast or what otherwise is called "pop."
I doubt that a novice would notice any differences in color gamut, gamma tracking, and maybe even grayscale -- even though correct grayscale is one of the most important factors. I'll even state that many who are not familiar with a properly adjusted grayscale will find it too red or too yellow. They will prefer a more bluish tone.
So, yes. I recommend trying all the posted calibrations for a particular model and picking the one that satisfies.
If anyone wants a few more calibrated D7000 settings, let me know. However, the end result of each is the same. (If this last sentence seems strange, please do not ask me to explain. It is too fundamental.)