~~~ This message is in reply to Lucid69;19696711 ~~~
First off, Thanks for the time you put in to get us these settings, much appreciated! OK, here is the update and first impressions. The WD-60737 went out the door on Sunday to my sister, a happy camper for sure. My WD-73638 was delivered yesterday and let me say, it is a lot bigger then I thought it would be. When I had my 60737 on the stand there was some extra space on each side that the 60737 did not fill. Not the case with the 73638. It fills the satnd perfectly, like it was designed for this one, but could use the smaller screen sizes as well. So with the stand totally filled, it just makes everything look even bigger! I also like the way the case on the set looks, meaning the glossy panels set against the flats. Very nice case on this unit. I hooked up my new Philips BDP7520/F7 (3D Blu-Ray w/Wi-Fi wireless), put in "WANTED" (Blu-Ray) and WOW, unbelievable! I was impressed with the 60737, but this is just eye popping! I was going to get the 82", but I opted out and I'm glad I did, as it just would have been too big. So the 73638 is the perfect size and does everything I want. To be honest, when I had the 60737, the only settings I used were; Brilliant, Bright, Natural. They all worked for me, so I never messed around with any of the other settings. So, since I never did, I'm not really missing anything. However, I will plug in the settings that "Lucid69" has supplied to see how things shake out.
In a wrap, I'm very happy with the 73638 connected to the Philips BDP7520/F7. A perfect combo! Also, since I "ONLY" watch the standard DVD's (have about 1400 and they are all store bought, none illegal)) and now Blu-Rays (have about 50-75), I don't have to worry about anyother settings. Yeah, I do NOT subscribe to any TV whats so ever. I was a hard thing to kick back in 2006, but I'm glad to have the $$ junkie off my back! Hence another reason why I wanted a nice set, since I only watch movies on disc. So in summary, I'm glad I did what I did and I'm really enjoying my new DLP!
Thanks for all of the replies and PM's. It's nice to have some support when one wanders into the unknown territories of large screen DLP. Thanks Folks!