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I use Bright and Low temp as well. I found the reds in Natural to be a little too washed out for my taste, and the whites a little too yellow. But at Bright I did knock the reds and greens back a few notches in Perfect Color. 28, I think (I don't use the TV remote much and it is waaaay over there right now). Mits suggests Natural/Low as closest to the D65 standard, but at least one guy with a colorimeter on another thread reported Natural/Low as 5800k (I think I remember that was what he reported) instead of 6500k, and Bright/Low as closer (but somewhat high) on an absolute basis to D65.
Make sure that when you changed to Bright you didn't also change the color temp from Low to High. All the settings are stored by Picture Mode (Brilliant/Bright/Natural), so when you change Picture Mode you're liable to change other stuff too and possibly not notice it immediately.
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