I posted this in an old HDTV thread, but wasn't sure it'd get much visibility there so I'll post it here...if this upsets someone, feel free to delete... We refinished our downstairs to make it "teen friendly" so the living room LCD went down there. Naturally I took this as an opportunity to buy something bigger for upstairs. I tried 3 TVs, a Vizio e500i-A1, LG something and a Samsung UN50ES6900 50". My old Vizio is awesome...the new one...not even good, really...I was very disappointed. The LG was OK, but the "smart" functionality isn't really ready for prime time and I didn't like the chrome-ish trim. I ended up keeping (for now) the Samsung 50", but I'm not in love with the colors, etc. Blues seem really hot sometimes and often highlights on blacks look blue-ish. I've tried using some of the calibration settings posted online, but they're really not great to my eye. Is it worth trying to find a calibration disc, buying or borrowing a BluRay player (I don't own one) and calibrating it or should I just keep playing around with the settings as we watch different shows? I found the free to download AVS calibration disc and would try that one if it's considered to be a good choice. Anyone here have a disc they'd loan or sell? Do you have to use a BluRay player to calibrate?