Interesting why the VT60 couldn't give you as nice color tracking as my old G30E does to me. Did Panasonic got worse over the years or...?
I honestly doubt this possibility (please don't get me wrong) but in case it's still a secret then I would reveal this to you: I used the Color parameter (the one from the main basic picture mode settings between Brightness and Sharpness) to control how fast the colors get saturated from the neutral white to the clean primary colors (secondaries will nicely follow if you have "some" luck).
In my case, I had to lower the Color value from the default 30 to 27. (Of course, the actual values and their defaults usually differ between US and EU [and may be UK] models, as well as between the TV chipsets/softwares/panels/etc and years/dates, etc, but I think you got the basic idea: use the Color control too!).
You should try different Color values before or during you try to set up the CMS parameters in the advanced menu. (If colors get saturated too fast then you should probably lower it. But it's not a rule. And of course, you probably need to change the CMS settings after you change the Color. They all work together... just like you need to optimize you Contrast, Brightness and other gray-scale parameters first...)
This result I have would not be possible without finding the correct Color value! Any other (including the default) Color value wouldn't get me even close to this! Red, Green, Blue... they would all come out too fast or too slow from white and the secondaries would also be worse (in every aspects: saturation, huye, gamma, luminance, at every saturation levels).
I say this to you here because during the show, you sometimes go into the menus and it seemed to me (if I am not mistaken) that you worked with the default Color value on the Panasonics. (And without asking, I can't be sure if that was intentional and if so then why exactly...?) And I also saw that you got relatively bad (but overall "too slow" -> Too low Color value ???) saturation tracking charts.
So, I suggest you to try this sometime (if haven't already): use the Color parameter to get better saturation tracking behavior (if possible, of course).
Sorry if you already knew and actually did this. I haven't calibrated a VT60 yet. (However, I did calibrate an ST60 and it was indeed "messy". But that's a cheaper model with an over-utilized old chipset...)Edited by janos666 - 6/10/13 at 8:58am