I bought a Mitsubishi DLP 52725 53" TV. After situating the TV where I wanted it, I popped my AVIA DVD into the DVD player. After trying to play with the Black Levels, Contrasts, I came to the conclusion that my Avia DVD was useless. I suspected that it was meant for a CRT TV (which I confirmed on this web site.) I then popped in my other calibration DVDs to find they did the same thing (which led me to originally believe that the calibration tools were for CRTs). With 3 different calibration DVDs of no use (sigh.. they are not cheap! wish I knew that before I bought them) I'm at a lost of how to calibrate my DLP TV. I'm guessing they can still calibrate sharpness. but what else.. Color? What would you recommend to do to calibrate a DLP to get the best black level, contrast, etc? Any input would be greatly appreciated.