Good idea, although suspect there aren't too many of us. Bought a TH-65VX100U
several months back because I wanted a screen size similar to a 1080i CRT RPTV that quit after ~10 years of use and couldn't wait until this summer.
Usually run my VX100 in two distinct modes: standard, meaning 1080/60i or 720p video broadcasts (via NYC's TWC and a 8300HD STB); or cinema, meaning 1080i/720p with 24p program material (using 2-3/2-2 pulldown.) Have the 3-2 pulldown option set to ON for both general settings, assuming this means "inverse pulldown"--extracting 24p frames and showing them at 96 fps, as the more-detailed reviews suggest. (Might be all wrong about this; viewed everything interlaced at 1080/60i for about a decade.)
With these broad standard/cinema settings, I'm using about 6 of the memory settings so far for variations, such as a lower color setting and different tint for CSI: Miami or similar 24p strong-color productions.
The equipment-based reviews of VX100s indicate grayscale requires toning down, like most displays, although I haven't done this yet. Also, as noted at the end of my generalized review linked above, the detailed reviews of VX100s stress they're using DCI color gamut rather than standard Rec709; sublinked another thread I started on this. But, AIUI, so aren't some of consumer Panny models arriving this summer. Reviewers, while giving overall favorable comments for VX100 images, were negative about the DCI color gamut. Might eventually hire a calibrator to correct grayscale, or may buy a good meter and learn how to do it myself. I've left all of the specialized menu settings for varying RGB levels at zero.
In the process of setting up a Blu-ray machine (Sony PS3), so haven't set any 1080/24p (non inverse pulldown) parameters yet, or compared with supposedly similar inverse-pulldown 24p bumped to 96 fps.
As mentioned in my review, using YPbPr inputs for cable TV viewing but hooked up my PS3 with HDMI yesterday--still tinkering with a potential Internet PS3 link.
With YPbPr inputs from my cable STB, for standard 1080/60i or 720p only, the PICTURE is 14, BRIGHTNESS 0, COLOR -64, TINT 50>green, SHARPNESS 5, TEMP NORM, COLOR MANAGEMENT OFF.
For Cinema: PICTURE 25, BRIGHTNESS 0, COLOR -37, TINT 39>green, SHARPNESS 0, TEMP WARM. For some 'darker' movies, bumping gamma from 2.2 (both modes) up to 2.7 looks good. -- John