Originally Posted by badboy808
Where should I go to get it calibrated?
There's a sticky at the top of this forum that you can post your question too and see if someone in your area responds. Some of the calibrators here are "travelin' calibrators" and they may come to, or be in, your area. I too would steer clear of a BB calibration. It would be money well spent to learn from someone who does this for a living, and has done lots of calibrations, because they are more apt to "educate you" while they are in the process of calibrating your set, which should take longer than the 90 minutes or so that BB allows for their calibrators. My rule of thumb has been to always calibrate the display device for the best possible pq for watching movies, not games, because movies are more apt to follow the established standards than game mfrs. who do pretty much what they want to. I always find it a bit humorous when someone spends good money on a nice HDTV only to use it mainly as a gaming platform and then complains that it doesn't "look right". However, ALL tv's are different and respond differently to calibrations so what works for one, may not work for another. I would just calibrate the tv for movies using what ever calibration settings are available to you (Presets, Expert modes, what ever) and then see how they look for games. If you don't like it, you can always change back to default for that input and tweak to taste.