When setting color/tint with the blue filters, I noticed that they affected each others' settings when one was changed. Or at least one of them was.
If I get the color and tint set to the pattern and realize that maybe color is a little too high, if I were to lower it, would tint also need to be adjusted?
Phil, sorry to hear about the Tornado. Not even sure how to respond to that.
Color and Tint can interact. With HD, and a well designed display, you should never have to touch tint. It should not really even expose a tint control, though most do anyway.
The edges of the luma zone plate patten and the center rectangle of the image cropping pattern are also pink in tone.
What is the display technology? Usually when things go pink, it is one color clipping before others. Not sure you would only see this on the bursts you mention. What does the center of the image cropping pattern look like?
Some display technologies, like LCOS and Plasma, can't fully resolve single pixel high frequency information. It is much worse on a checker (image cropping) than it is on the luma bursts pattern.
Its also possible another, advanced, setting in the display is causing this. Can you list your picture settings?