Many thanks for sharing your Sony RPTV calibration data. I learned a lot from it. I have read too many posts and articles about TV calibration on this forum, as well as all over the Internet. Yours was one of only two documents worth studying, that I selected as reference materials, to keep newcomers focus on the 910 calibration.
Regarding the D65 adjustment, I did try your method first, and had a hard time deciding what was pure yellow. I found that judging the gray color by looking at the entire gray scale filling the TV and monitor screens was easiest for me. Tweaking blue and green was no big deal. For the 910, I just dropped a lot of blue, a tiny bit of green, then tweaked a-tick-here a-tick-there with a gray card. As shown in my data, I had to reduce BCUT relatively a lot more than BDRV because the 910 was much "cooler" on the low IRE side than on the high IRE side. People should try whatever method that may work for them. I forgot to mention that I did "calibrate" the monitors before I used them as D65 references. Instructions here
. I used the color filters that came with the DVE for the monitor setup, and reduced the overall brightness of the monitors to match the 910. Thanks again.
Every TV set has different geometry due to tolerances within the set itself, also due to the environment and the Earth magnetic field where you live. I don't think there is a step-by-step instructions. You will just have to adjust the tilt, linearity, overscan, etc. as needed for your particular TV set at your particular location. If you want good geometry, you'll need a ruler, a square, and a lot of time to get it right. I spent over 15 hours of tedious measurements on the geometry alone, trying different combinations of adjustment parameters.
Your TV seems to have severe overscan problem, which can be easily fixed with the size and position adjustments. Not only each DVD player is different, but the same DVD player will output different picture on the geometry, depending on the signal format. My perfect 480i geometry setup somehow shifted a little off-center when I switched to 480p on the same DVD player, and the same TV input. However, other aspects of geometry remained unchanged between input types and signal formats. So, tune your TV to your particular DVD input, and signal format. Did you record your TV's original service menu factory values? It's extremely important.
I'll post my final comments on the calibration soon, then close the book on this.