No calibration , I'm on my own in that regard. I'm too far in Bob's country to have a calibration person available . The movie I watched was The Huntsman, faces looked at times to be a tad red but as you say may have been a part of what the producer intended. The movie had a dark undertone and many orange/red fire lamps used in almost every scene. I'll watch a few movies before I make any assumptions, regardless, a calibration will be required at some point. I've hit the 160 hour mark, the lamp should be settled down by now I would expect.Have you had any sort of calibration done on your JVC and Panasonic?
My JVC has been calibrated, but not tweaked since I added the Panasonic.
In watching "The Intern" on Saturday night, I initially thought maybe it was a little red on a few scenes but after reading the blu-ray review it sounds like it was how it was shot.
Everything else I have watched, has looked great with zero red push...unlike my previous Samsung.