Hello all, I have a 32" Sony Trinitron WEGA (direct view CRT, model KV32FS100). It's been a great TV! However, like most 'normal users,' I've never really done any picture setup or calibration on it. From the standard picture menu, I can adjust the following: "Picture" (i.e. Contrast) "Brightness" "Color" "Hue" "Sharpness" "Color Temp" (options: cool / neutral / warm) "VM" (Velocity Modulation, options: high, low, off) Does anyone have suggested settings for these? Can I get pretty good results just tweaking these options, or should I let a professional calibrate it? It just so happens that this TV is in the shop right now, due to failure of the front composite input jack ("free" repair due to Best Buy service plan -- who would've thought that would actually come in handy). I have a feeling that I could probably talk the guys at the shop into performing a calibration while they have the TV, if it's a worthwhile endeavor. If I were to have the shop calibrate it, are there any suggestions I should make, or should I let them use their judgment? Thanks!