After I received the Panasonic RP82 today, I used the Avia disc to perform a color calibration. Even though the calibration was intimidating at first, I was able to understand what to do and followed the announcer's instruction. After the calibration, blacks are blacks, not dark grays. Images are not washed-up, and the color made them look refreshing, especially while playing video games. I think I am doing correct, but... While the calibration actually made the picture on DVD movies and video games look better, it seems that when I watch analog TV, the picture did not improve. The TV picture look as grainy as the day I first turn on my Samsung HDTV-ready TXM2797HF. I can assume that the calibration does not affect analog TV and only affects digital sources like DVD or video games. Any help on this problem?