Okay guys just got home, I work long hours.
I always make two modes for every tv: one for gaming and animated content which is a little more vibrant to accentuate primary colors, and one for films which is always warm colors and low backlighting. I didn't use thx because even though it's the most accurate, I hate having no control over any settings. I will post my film settings first, though I have spent more time trying to make games look good because it seems impossible. Anyways I pretty much hate my settings and am continuously changing them because nothing seems to look right for me here; although they DO comply with the patterns found on Disney's wow. Anyway here we go
Isf expert 1:
Oled light 80 and contrast 90. Before anyone tells me I'm crazy: I shudder to set values this high but in the case of this tv I seem to have no choice. Just to give you an idea, on my 950 backlight is at 1 for films. Now keep in mind that the smart interface, and the image underneath the settings menu when pulled up is indeed too damn bright, but when I take down the menus it's as low as I can go while still being watchable. If you're going to look at the set carefully inspect what happens when you pull down a menu over a static image if possible.
H/v sharpness 20 each
Dynamic contrast off
Super res low or off can't decide
Color gamut wide
Edge enhancer off as all hell (I seem to get a lot of edge enhancement on this set)
Color temp warm 2
Color management system added 3 to blue saturation and luminance because blues seem weaker on oled
Aspect ratio just scan
If you're going to best buy to check it out though you have to disable store mode under options which is the little toolbox icon as store mode essentially solves my menu problem, but doesn't let you keep custom settings for more than. 5 minutes.
Thank you so much everyone for the help, you guys are great.
If I sow a wind now, I will reap a storm.