Jeffrey, your pics are fine and your TV set is fine
I only commented because I've been reading all the Pio gushing and Panny bashing, so when I saw the pics, I thought I'd point out the flaws.
Again, regardless of saturation and red push, here are the two most obvious flaws I see:
1. there is some weird color processing in the lower right. I really doubt it's the camera CCD and it has nothing to do with saturation.
2. the black hill shadow is lighter than the TV frame (so it's not crushed by the camera) and yet I don't see any detail in most of it, just flat black. That's black crush (which is what I also remember registering when I saw the set.)
Keep in mind, this looks like a difficult scene and I am not saying any other TV would do a better job with it. It may not even be that noticeable when watching it in motion, but it is in a still.
(Before I am accused of PIO bashing, I am actually seriously considering Jeffrey's set. Whatever I get now will be a stopgap for the next couple of years, so I am not thrilled to spend $6.5+k on a 65" commercial Panny. So I am looking at the 60" Kuro Pio for $2+k less, which sounds much better, or the 58" 10UK Panny, which I haven't seen, but which at a total of $2+k looks pretty good as a stopgap, even if 720p)
D-Nice (or anyone else), have you used the the SM and how tough is it to access/use on the Pios?