I know I should probably send PMs on this, but I'm feeling a little lazy, so bear with me.
It would make the user picture settings shared in the FAQ more useful if we can provide more context so that owners can match up their viewing environment and content when deciding which owners' settings might the best to try in their viewing environment.
I'd like to ask each person w/settings in the FAQ to provide a brief summary of their primary content source(s), content types, viewing environment (lighting, distance, any significant off-angle up/down or side-to-side, etc.), and if your settings came from a pro calibrator you hired, by yourself w/"pro" tools, using AVS forum calibration info or other tools, or were "what looks good to me" etc. (Or maybe it's a combination of more than one of those, of course).
Some of you have already provided detailed info from your post like this that I've included in the FAQ, but the info provided varies a lot.
As an example, I've added this to my settings info:
~14' to 15' from TV. Varied lighting conditions in large family room w/east and south facing windows, from very bright during the day to bias lighting only in the evening. Content is almost exclusively streamed movies/TV shows from TV apps and Roku, with the infrequent DVD, ripped DVD content from NAS, and even rarer BD. Only sport I watch a lot of is tennis, with some playoff BB, football, and World Cup matches thrown in.
Current owners w/picture settings in the FAQ.
(And need your TV size as well.)
And of course, if you have any updates to your settings and can share those, that would be great as well. Appreciate your help w/this, thanks very much.
Oh - and if anyone not currently in the FAQ would like to start sharing their settings for inclusion in the FAQ, that's great as well.