My set is for the most part the equivalent of yours. Start with tigerdave's post back on page 28 of this thread (or you can click here to go there directly) and read forward from there. Ultimately, the best way forward will be to do a basic calibration using one of the available blu-ray discs (Disney WOW, AVS HD 709, Digital Video Essentials, etc.) and/or get a colorimeter and some calibration software to perform something more advanced and really dial it in. There are some pretty knowledgeable people on this thread that have posted very useful information. As a "newbie" I've been able to benefit greatly from their words of advice and I'm sure you will too. I've only done a basic callibration and configured the picture settings according to most peoples' opinions and my picture looks great. Good luck.