I did my own calibration using an EYE1 and HCFR S/W on my new 601D. I've had it since July 3rd. This is probably a bit early to calibrate it for the long term but after seeing the out of the box settings I needed to dial it in. A few observations.
This is a very good set and can be calibrated close to perfect. I'm a nut for getting the colors right and not seeing large variances from channel to channel. These settings are for D6500K which is daylight. They will provide almost perfect color balance in outdoor broadcasts like football, golf, baseball etc. They will also provide similar results for movies provided the director is also shooting at D6500K. Some do, some don't as they are trying for artistic statements.
I calibrated only for GAME mode. This is the only setting I could find that got rid of the soap opera effect which is not to my liking. Also, I'm sure there are variances from set to set so these may or may not help you. You can easily reset to default values.
What I found (at least in my set) is that it had a severe blue push and to little red. Green was almost perfect. Below are my settings followed by the graphs of the before and after. I will leave the brightness and contrast to each individual but these setting got the color balance correct for me.
Red Gain 198
Blue Gain 125
Green Gain 44 Don't get nuts about this one. All these setting interact with one another and it took me about 10 iterations to get them to balance properly. Check out the graphs and look at the blue push.
Red Offset 140
Blue Offset 148
Green Offset 143
OH HOW I WISH YOUR TELEVISION WAS A 55"! I don't know how any of this would carry over on the 55". My only gripe would be that I actually love having zero blur (even on a lot of film -- mind you, there are some exceptions) and have been a big fan of smooth motion from its inception with the exception of the traditionally related artifacts. Fortunately for people like me, the artifacts are handled so much better now than they used to be.
Back to it though, I would love if someone with such equipment calibrated and posted settings for the 55"ers.