You can buy a consumer calibration disk or download the free AVS 709 disk from this site to properly set the main user controls. You can also hire a pro to fully calibrate the set for you. You can spend many hours learning how to perform a full calibration and invest 2x what a pro would charge in software entry level hardware so you can do it all yourself.
But using other peoples settings is not going to do anything for you.. consumer level hardware is not accurate enough to be the same from set to set.
Check the forum for you display type and look for the thread dedicated to your set, you will find lots of numbers posted.. once you try 2 or 3 different set of number you will understand what I mean.
Where in the country are you located, there are DIY Enthusiast like myself that have invested the money and may be willing to do a full calibration just for the experience.
Looks like this is your first post.. spend some time and do some reading.
Sharing display menu settings?http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=1055906