I wanted to get the general consensus on what will get me more bang for the buck: adding a Darbee Darblet to my set up or paying to have the display professionally calibrated? When I say "more bang for the buck", I generally mean, which will give me the most noticeable improvement in picture quality? I can have either, but not both, for roughly the same amount - ISF calibration costs a bit more.
65" Panasonic VT50
All sources are currently passed through the NAD (untouched) into the Oppo and then on to the TV. The Darblet would be added to the chain right before the TV. I'm using very similar settings on the TV to what David Katzmaier posted as part of CNET's review of the VT50.
Thoughts?!? Thanks in advance!