I currently have a Mitsubishi WS-65809 65" rear projection TV that I purchased three years ago. I ordered the AVIA DVD today and will be calibrating my TV when the DVD arrives. The way that our TV is setup is that there is a separate input source (selectable via the TV remote) for cable TV and DVD viewing (e.g. Input 1 is cable TV, input 2 is DVD, etc.). In order to watch a DVD, I have to select input 2 on the TV. When I run the AVIA calibration, I will have the TV setup to use input 2. I believe that the TV keeps separate settings (color, tint, etc.) for each input source. I'm assuming, therefore, that once I get the calibration setup properly with the Avia DVD that I will have to go to the other input sources and configure the same settings. Does this make sense? This is my first post here, so hopefully I don't sound like too much of a newbie? I want to calibrate the TV soon, because I believe I have some burn-in on it. The other night I put had a DVD in and when it got to the main menu screen, which had a white background, I noticed a faint image of the Food Network logo (my wife watches this channel a lot) in the lower right hand corner. The logo isn't normally visible, so hopefully I've caught this in time and can prevent further burn-in by calibrating the TV (and especially lowering the contrast).