Hi, I am getting my RPTV ISF'ed this month by Gregg and I have a couple questions. #1) I have a Sony DVP-NS755V DVD player. I have it connected via monster component cables and have compared calibrating my TV with the Avia disk using both the INTERLACED and PROGRESSIVE settings on the DVD player. Here is what I have noticed: With progressive, I have to turn the BRIGHTNESS and PICTURE controls up to the almost halfway mark to get the desired results. With interlaced, proper black level and white level is at about 25-30%. However, with Progressive, the colors are much more vibrant and saturated and there seems to be more dynamic range. So here is the dilemma: Do I have him calibrate the set with the DVD set in progressive or interlaced? The only reason I ask is because I also have an Xbox and S-VHS sources. I am thinking that if I have him calibrate the set with DVD set in progressive mode, my other sources may not be as rich and vibrant. (with my TV, Sony 61-HS20, you can not calibrate grayscale by input...correct me if I am wrong, but I think greyscale is global for all inputs) What you guys think?