1. Set is uncalibrated. I've done what I could using Avia.
2. Not going to pay for calibration until my set works perfectly. Someone is coming out to inspect the white blur issue. I reviewed the other Laservue set nearby and the blur did not exist on that set.
3. Cheap camera? Thanks. Actually it was kinda expensive. $500 or so. Perhaps if I didn't have to dumb down the photo from 4 megs to 400k it wouldn't look so crappy.
4. Colors wrong? No, colors right! Try watching an episode of Ugly Betty. I picked that show because of it over the top colors. It's intentional.
5. Doubling the color gamut is wrong? Brilliant setting is wrong? Well then 480p is wrong if you are watching analog. and 1080p is wrong if your watching HDTV and 1080i is wrong if you are watching ABC. Trek TOS is wrong with new special effects. Wait, before you answer that, Red Dwarf is also wrong with new special effects. Oh forget it, point five is a personal choice.
6. Unmentioned power usage: On = 96~100 watts, off = 42 watts. Powersave = 0 watts. Really! It's the same as unplugging the TV. Of course it takes a minute to warm up but wow, it's really off off.