I will be buying 55” Mitsubishi in the near future (Christmas present). In an attempt to get the most out of this set, I went to the ISF web site to locate a local calibrator. The nearest calibrator in my area is 65 miles away. I called this company and I was told that they would be able to do a full calibration for $350, but there’s a catch and here lies the problem. I would have to buy my television from their company at retail. We did not get into the price because they do not sell Mitsubishi and I am able to my 55” for about $750 less than retail. After hearing his proposal, I had two responses. First, I thought this their business and they could run anyway they wanted to, but I also thought that their response sounded a little shady. I looked at a calibration as being an after market service and only servicing products directly sold by their company sounded stupid considering the type of service being provided. I compared this policy to buying a ford, but not being able to get an oil change at a Chevy dealership. (My car analogy stems from the fact that the conversations made me fill as if I was dealing with a shady used car salesman.) This leads me to my questions. 1.Are ISF certified calibrators bound by certain ethics and guidelines? 2.Was this company’s response normal? 3.What type of problems, if any, have other forum member encountered when trying to have their sets calibrated?