Well the picture is still good. It seems that it only calibrates colors and doesn't even affect the Game Mode (which I always use anyway). I also copied the sharpening and RGB as well as ADC settings from RGB (Scart) connection. The picture is now better than it was before (at least it seems that way) and doesn't have that annoying edge enhancement. So since you're a professional calibrator can you tell me
1. Should I be worried even if the picture is now better or at least as good as it was before
2. What settings does the automatic calibration affect? Since the signal and that calibration feature obviously affect settings that can be set manually anyway
3. Do you have any other tips for calibrating the sharpening and colours?
4. The calibration feature seems to be input specific so it only affect component input in this case, correct?
5. Is it just me or does the calibration feature only affect Dynamic mode?
Thanks for your answers in advance. I have calibrated monitors before so I guessed the calibration feature would have just shown me the color settings. Well, now I know better.
EDIT: One more question: If I some day want to get that comp calibration changed to Successful status, can the repair be done on the spot or do you usually have to send the TV for repairs. I mean they would just have to hook up the signal to component and use automatic calibration setting again.