I have seen people asking for and posting settings for the TV and thought I would share an observation. Different DVD players (or any source for that matter) will probably need different settings. I have experienced that myself with different players I have had. And on my current Panasonic upconverting DVD player, I can make a lot of changes in the settings in the player itself that can make big differences requiring different settings on the Toshiba. I was having troubles getting a picture I was completely happy with. It would be very good on some DVD's and not so good on others. I finally started playing with all of the Panasonic settings, and the one that really made the big difference was the setting on the type of TV attached. There was no listing for DLP, so I tried them all. When I selected Plasma and then tweaked the Toshiba settings, I finally got my 65HM167 dialed in. Now all of my DVD's look outstanding. I believe the bigger the TV, the more it will show flaws or poor settings, so you just need to dial in the correct settings for your setup, whether it is at the source, the TV, or both. It took me a bit to get it the way I liked it, but it was worth the trouble.