I have Toshiba 56X81 and it has annoying 'blue-red' gradient across the screen, starting from the left side and going to the right. Basically, the left side is more blue whereas the red side is more red. Its barely noticeable, if at all, during busy scenes but when there are lots of whites or light colors on the screen, it is notuiceably annoying, enough to pull you out of the film. The movie Vertical Limit shows the off the best, with the snow on the left side of the screen having a noticeable blue tint and the snow on the right side of the screen having a noticeable red tint. I understand that this is due to the nature of projection based tvs, with the blue gun on the left and the red gun on the right, but is it usually this pronounced? Additionally, is there any way I can eliminate or at least minimize this problem? I have done a full calibration with both the Avia and Video Essentials disc and also have done a service mode convergence. Is there anything else I can try? Thanks for the help!