Just wanted to let folks know that I went back in and re-entered Oledurt's Digital Cinema HDR settings as I wasn't sure why faces were looking a bit sallow on some titles. After re-entering Oledurt's settings, something changed. I must have had something dialed in wrong because now colors are spot on.
After watching several films with these Digital settings, it's hard to watch regular 1080p or even non HDR content. Oledurt's Digital settings are incredibly rich and deep.
I tried it against Oledurt's Bright Cinema settings and HarperVision. Both had their pros and Oledurt's Bright Cinema definitely gave his own Digital Cinema a run for its money, (HarperVision was a bit too bright and too saturated for my taste, though it looked more like what I think people expect and even what I might default to without comparison), but in the end, Oledurt's Digital Cinema settings just made everything pop in just the right way. I did raise the brightness and saturation by 5 points each, but those are the only settings I adjusted and it's a spectacular image. Yes, it's darker than many people are used to and the colors not as "vibrant," but I believe it's more natural and only seems dark when I compare it directly with brighter, warmer settings.
I watched THE SHALLOWS last night (ridiculous film, but beautiful to look at) and only Oledurt's Digital Cinema HDR setting brought out the richness of the water and the mountains. Oledurt warned that it would take some time for my eyes to adjust to these settings. Now that they have, I'm a convert.