Originally Posted by am_dew
Thanks -- I will check them out.
You would be best to set your own settings using any of the calibration disks such as the free AVS HD709 disk or commercial ones like Spears and Munsil, WoW, etc. The reason is simple. All tv's, even within the same model line, have different spec readings, and taken together, can have a considerably different response with someone else's settings. They can be a way to get started but if copied settings don't look good on your set, it may not be your set but the settings applied. Basically, learn and do it yourself. Do keep in mind that this is not calibrating. You are only making system adjustments. To calibrate, you need to use meters and specific software. Also, calibrating takes into consideration the viewing environment as well (i.e. lighting, use of a bias light, distance, etc).