Originally Posted by guitarguy316 so i've got the spreadsheet with 20+ user settings someone posted in this thread. rather than going through them all, is there a consensus on the best user settings for a bright room?
I think the answer to your question could only come from those who have (1) formed an alliance within this thread and tried ALL
the suggested settings on their own sets, (2) taken a poll within this alliance as to which settings among those tried were the most popular, and (3), out of all those settings, the ONE
that most within that alliance agree on gave the best performance/best picture overall.
Given that this alliance, as far as I am aware, has not been engaged, the best answer is logically the one set of settings that looks best in your own eyes, on your own set.
As you read through this thread you see where some settings have been used and opinions given that vary from different degrees of positive to negative.
Bottom line, the "ideal" set of picture settings and modes is all "in the eye of the beholder"
That's just my opinion, I could be wrong.
I still believe though, and it is my opinion, that the best tip for optimizing your picture begins with
setting your Advanced Picture>Ambient Light Sensor