I just posted the majority of this in the RAH thread regarding DIAL M, but I feel compelled to post it in this thread as well, so I hope the mods will please forgive...
Mea Culpa to everyone (especially Bob Furmanek) on my DIAL M rants; thanks to Mr. Doug Otte posting about the results of his TV adjustments on the R.A.H. DIAL M thread, I did some serious TV menu investigation myself, and proceeded to discover and adjust a couple of 3D settings (changing to +5 on 3D Viewpoint and +1 on 3D Optimization) that I didn't previously realize existed deep in the labyrinthine layers of my Samsung LED/LCD and now it plays MUCH better, like night and day. Still not perfect, with some ghosting on background objects once in a while and during really dark scenes, but now 85% of it looks just peachy, and the rest still perfectly watchable. I picked up HOUSE OF WAX recently as well, and before the settings adjustment it was more watchable than DIAL M, but still not great; now it looks largely stupendous as well (albeit with the same minor background and dark scene issues). The paddle-ball man slams it right in your face, without one iota of ghosting. Amazing amount of background depth too. Just gorgeous. Bravo WB and all who worked on these lovely releases, and many thanks to Bob Furmanek for his expertise, and setting straight people like me who don't know their onions.
After sorting out DIAL M and HOUSE OF WAX, I popped in HUGO for more experimentation, and setting 3D Viewpoint to -5 got rid of nearly all the minor ghosting I'd previously experienced on this title.
I will now proceed to eat a heaping helping of crow. And, to all others on this forum having ghosting problems with 3D titles on LCD displays, custom adjustments for each Blu-ray are apparently essential. Good luck!
Edited by Jeffrey Nelson, November 03 2013 - 08:55 AM.