Late last summer I bought a Panasonic G15 Plasma and shortly there after had Chad Billheimer (ChadB) come and calibrate it for me. He did an awesome job, but now after a few months and reading around and listening to others critique the picture, I was interested in creating a daytime picture setting that increases the overall brightness/light output of the picture. I have two presets (Game & Custom) that are identically set and look the exact same. So I thought I would create one for night-time and one for daytime. My room is pretty lit during the day especially in the winter with all the snow and bright light beaming through my windows. Also after seeing some of the new sets out there, some really do have nice pictures that pop and yet still look accurate. I want it to remain calibrated of sorts, just with a 10% bump in light output. I think Chad calibrated at 35 fL's'... Is there a formula in the standard settings (service menu aside) that I could bump that would achieve a higher fL without compromising the accuracy too much? Upping the CONTRAST does bring more light and brightness to the picture but I feel with the color temp so warm it tends to make the flesh tones more orange and less natural. Should the color be bumped a tick or two to compensate? Dropped maybe? Any pro's out there have some advice for me?