I have a few questions about calibrating my television for optimal display of DVDs. Let me start off by giving some basic information about set up... I'm using a Sony FD Trinition 32" CRT model KV-32FS100, and a Sony DVP-NC665P DVD player. They're connected via component video inputs. Under the television's on-screen menu in the Video Options, there are four different present Modes available, and each can be customized. There are seven different submenus for adjustment: (Picture) Picture White Level (Brightness) Picture Black Level (Color) Color Saturation (Hue) Green / Red Tones (Sharpness) Picture Detail (Color Temperature) Cool, Neutral, and Warm (VM) Edge Enhancement; High, Low, and Off My primary interest is to figure out how to adjust all these settings for the best possible picture quality. I have a healthy selection of DVDs to choose as references, but I prefer to use Resident Evil Superbit Edition; I seem to hear and read that a lot of reviewers for different sites and magazines use it as a reference tool.