I've purchased a new direct view Sony KV-27FS120 television for my apartment while I'm in college. I've been reading up on the calibration of WEGA sets through the service menu and also calibration through use of a DVD such as Avia. Through searching I have found "Chuckster's FS WEGA Calibration Using Avia" website. This page includes his settings that worked using Avia, and also added settings suggested for the service menu to reduce red push. I am purchasing a copy of Avia for my video calibration, but the service menu part of the guide has me wondering... Question 1: So I calibrate my set using Avia, and THEN fix the red push through the service menu, or is it the other way around? I have also read that WEGA sets can oversqueeze the picture using the enhanced 16:9 mode. I have found the guide to fixing the oversqueeze through the service menu (it's on Chuckster's website too). Question 2: Has the oversqueeze problem been fixed, or will my new set have this problem as well? I see on the guide it says all models affected including 2003 FS models. I don't know if mine is an '03 or an '04 model though. Question 3: Is there anything I've missed as far as making the picture as accurate as possible on my WEGA? My setup is: Eqipment: Sony KV-27FS120 direct view television Harman Kardon AVR 230 Receiver Harman Kardon HKB 6 Speakers (only 2 speakers for now, 5.1 or 6.1 speakers hopefully soon) Sony DVP-NS725P DVD Player Monster Power HTS1000MKII Power Center Connections: Belden 1694A Digital Coax Cable (DVD-->Receiver) Monster Video 3 Component Cable (DVD-->Receiver) Belden 7710A Component Video Cable (Receiver-->TV) Belden 1505F Stereo Audio Cable (Receiver-->TV) Belden 1694A RG-6 Coax Cable (Wall Jack-->Monster Power Center-->TV) Thanks in advance for any help!!