Asking for someone else's settings probably won't help you much. The settings vary from TV to TV even within a model line.
If you get the AVIA or DVE calibration DVD's, they come with color filters that you look through will viewing the respective color test patterns and making adjustments. Essentially, this reduces the process to comparing grey scale levels.
I'm also partially colorblind, but can adjust my set by these methods. Then I seek confirmation from someone else (my wife) that it looks right to them too.
I have a different Mitsu (52725 DLP), but I wasn't very happy with the results from the automatic PerfectColor setting on mine. In fact, based on the information posted here by others about my particular Mitsubishi model, I ended up buying a separate video processor to help dial in the grey scale and color settings.
You're a long way from that though -- try one of the DVD's first and see how that works for you. It does help a lot to have a good DVD player that you trust the output levels of. I started the adjustment process with an LG DVB-418, but found that it crushes whites and its output levels were just out of whack. I switched to a Sony NS75 and had much better results.