I think my DVD player is outputting 1080P/60. The D2 converts this to 1080P/24. I think where the glitch in the D2 is, is the auto part of the frame lock. Once it is locked, its good unless you try switching sources.
I've got a new screen ordered and when it gets here I'm going to try and get an ISF calibration. There doesn't seem to be too many ISF guys in my area and the one I've been talking to has never worked with an Anthem or an RS1. I figure the more I can learn now will make things go faster for the calibrator.
In the video setting editor you open up the Advanced Video settings tab at the bottom of the list. You then choose custom gamma correction. This will open up a graph with a sloped line with points. You can choose to alter Custom Gamma 1 or Custom Gamma 2.
I used the Custom Gamma 2 which allows individual adjustment for offset or gain of the primaries. Slope affects gain, position affects offset. I didn't play with any of the offsets because I don't have any calibration equipment and I wanted to keep it simple. I lowered the slope a bit and I lowered it a bit more for the green primary. You choose the primary and click on the load standard curve button. This brings up a box that will allow you to adjust the curve in a controlled manner. I just used the linear shift slider to decrease the slope a bit.
When you get the slopes where you want you click on the Advanced video settings line again. You then get the option to upload either or both of the custom gamma curves and you're done.
Now when you go into your video processing menu(7) and choose either of the custom gamma curves or choose gamma correction off. This makes it very easy to compare what you've done. I would also suggest saving your user setting in the setup menu first, just in case.
Edit: I wasn't getting 24P to the projector. It was going in at 59.94. The picture looked really good anyway.