Working on a PAIR of HDR10/DV 2+10 point calibrations, one for 1000 nit master content, the other for the more common 4000 nit master content. These calibrations are meant to optimize the dynamic range of the highlights, bring the mids to where they should be, and raise the shadows a bit. The 1000 nit settings will look brighter than the 4000 nit settings when watching 4000 nit content.
A few questions for HDR watchers. I believe the most common complaint is "too dark". The calibrations account for that, and will make the lows and mids brighter, while attempting to map the highlights down to the proper bright point for our limited brightness TV's. If you have any other complaints about the stock HDR viewing experience that I might be able to calibrate in to the new settings, please let me know. And remember, the raised blacks and blooming are inherent to the design of an LCD panel with bright LED's behind it, and cannot be calibrated away.
For the curious, without local dimming and X-tended DR, the TV is limited to 540nits HDR...when you flip both the other settings on, you get up to 750nit calibrated max brightness in a 10% window. There was no other settings that would allow the TV to go past 540nits max HDR brightness, seems to be an intentional design limitation.