*Disclaimer: These results might vary from panel to panel, so I will not be sharing settings....besides some basic stuff.
Here's my update after having this TV for a few days,
First, I'm directly comparing this panel to my Samsung PN58C8000. (I game and calibrate way too much, so I wanted to get something that I don't have to worry about IR or burn in with.)
If you're interested in the gear I used for the calibration, and testing process.....here's my site: primarycalibration.com
(click on the "Gear" tab)
Panel uniformity.(I used 100% color, and grayscale patterns to test)
The colors of the TV are are pretty great out of the box. (I only needed to adjust the main color slider a few clicks, to get most of the colors to fall below dE of 3 or less. The only color that was above 3 was green.....which most reviews out there show.)
Motion (I turned off all the processing, and it still held its own against my plasma. In scenes with a lot of movement and action, it would struggle a little, but that's to be expected.)
Gaming, has great motion, with little to no smearing. (The input lag on this set is pretty good. I have a BenQXL2410T, that has an input lag of less than 10ms. This TV has been tested to have about 34ms of input lag, I would agree with this number. This TV does have a small amount more lag than my plasma, but not enough to complain about.) Here's a great source LINK
(Thanks to FourWude, one the members on this site)
Aesthetics (I really like that LG went with the small bezel on this model. The stand is also quite nice, but if you mount this TV, it won't matter.)
Flashlighting (I have some flashlighting along the top and left side of the panel. Most LED edge-lit sets will have some, but this set seems to have some issues with this.)
Black level (In direct comparison with my plasma, it's very noticeable. The LG's overall picture looks a little washed out. If I didn't have the direct comparison, I probably wouldn't notice as much.)
Viewing angles (There is definitely a small "sweet spot" for this TV. Again if I didn't have the plasma, I might not notice as much, but it's definitely there.)
I still might return this TV because of the flashlighting, but haven't decided yet. If it didn't have the flashlighting, I'd keep it, and just deal with the black level and viewing angles.