Put in D-nice's and CNET's settings. Skin tones and colors in general are probably a bit more accurate with CNET's settings, but I like the pop in the colors D-nice's settings provide. Both are outstanding and much better than any built in settings. I had to use True Cinema mode rather than Cinema mode for CNET's settings on my TH-P42ST60W. Most settings are grayed out in Cinema mode.
After some comparing, I think I have settled on CNET's settings, but I appreciate having both. Shadow detail and color accuracy just seems superior with the CNET settings.
Last edited by TheronB; 06-22-2014 at 09:10 PM.