I finally got my new meter and got all setup and running. I will start the actual calibration and post graphs tomorrow.
I did take a default pass after the TV was warmed up. I already calibrated my TV with a calibration disc (Disney WoW and Spears and Munsil). I will post a graph of this tomorrow too. But with contrast set before WTW clipping (which when I do my actual calibration, I will probably set it up to clip whiter than white but of course not to clip colors, as the set can only push 22ftL before clipping WTW). Oh it only clips white at such a low level in THX mode, custom you can crank it.
But just like TweakTV found, it does push a fair amount of red in the grayscale. Not too bad and SHOULD be able to get it down no problem. No Delta E's over 10, but most over 5 in the high end (really not bad for pre-cal).
I did do a gamut run, but forgot to save it. From what I can remember, it wasn't "great", not bad, but not "great".
Here are my THX mode settings just off of a cal disc and blue-filter.
Black Level Light
And everything else turned off.
Gas_leak. You may be getting better blacks, because you are clipping black too as well as white