i placed a lan cable to the tv for max speed for netflix and enabled settings for best rendering. so that's ok. (quality terms)
For simple HD (netflix) stuff and bluray I take HDR10 settings from Anderegg but instead of color expert 1 i'm using Neutral and then i'm using the 2. and 10. calibration settings. I'm still not getting used to the "yellower" tint, it's too much for me (perhaps because i'm colorblind). So the neutral tint is a bit more "colder".
Sharpness 60 and RC on 90. Keep in my mind i'm setting 4,2 meters away from my 55 inch. Motionflow on true cinema and cinemotion low.
So normal HD and bluray stuff are very good. Colors are also good, not really the color pop that I want but hey, it's ok.. Sharpness is also very good. (you should think that it's not 1080 but a tad more).
4k and DV
I bought myself now a Panasonic 4k bluray blayer (the cheaper ones) and a "gold" 4k hmdi cable. The settings above are applied and i've put captain marvel and Avengers Endgame. I'm actually dissapointed, I can't see anything of an improved image, also if i'm settled meter away from the tv. Sometimes i'm wondering i'm actually watching a bluray or something? Same counts for the Dolby vision (punisher or so). The quality isn't really good.. Dark, washed, and just not "sharp". If i compare it to normal HD and bluray stuff, this is actually worse.. You would think that 4k is popping and superb sharp but it looks even less good (worse) than a standard upscaled bluray?
What am I doing wrong? The 4k player says above "4k/24p" so do i need to leave motionflow off? or put cinemotion also off or high? Something wrong with the calibration? Bad HDMI cable?