Here is some pricing info that I copied from another post: Chuck is pretty much booked through mid February, then on February 17th He is leaving the country for two months. It looks like He will be doing a tour of Atlanta in early May, and of course, the folks in Michigan want Him. If we get enough people, Than he said Late April!!!! What does this mean, well Tax refund checks come in around that time, and what better way to spend it better than a Full Blown ISF calibration by one of the best in the business Also, It gives us plenty of time to save up for this. Here is a list of prices for some of his services: The basic ISF calibration is $275 for rear screen projection TV's, $200 for direct view CRT's and $300 for front (two piece) projection. In the case of the current generation Mitsubishis, I include the software fix for the color decoder (red push/1080i color error) with the ISF service. Many of the current models of HDTV's require separate calibration of the high definition input, and I charge $80 for each additional format. In the case of the Pioneer units, depending on what formats and inputs the customer is using, there could be as many as three additional formats. >>I charge $70 per hour for all non ISF services, and this includes focus, convergence and geometry alignments. But, generally, this doesn't take more than one hour (unless it's a Pioneer, as they have separate convergence memories per aspect ratio), and I'm more than happy to show people how to do any fine tuning on their own instead of paying me to do it. If customers want the interior lined with duvetyne, I can do that too at the hourly rate, but again, I can show people how to do it themselves, and not having it installed during the calibration will not make any difference to their calibration. So, for a current generation Mits rear screen, the cost would be $275 + $80 (1080i format) + $70 (one hour focus and convergence) = $425. Then, there are all the travel related expenses, which would be shared equally by all of the participants. When I estimate these, I try to err way on the high side ($50 per person), then refund money to everyone once I get back here. This is obviously much easier than trying to collect money from everyone if I've low balled the expenses. A typical list of expenses would be airfare at $200, rental car for a week at $180, gas $50, six nights in hotels for $600, six meals (at $20/day) for $120, and $25 per hour travel and driving time, $75 per day max. If I assume I can do two calibrations per day if consecutive customers are no more than about 1.5 hours drive time from each other, a one week tour of 14 customers (a tough schedule, but doable) would be roughly $120 per person, and this is worst case expenses for budgeting purposes. So, everyone with a Mits should budget $545, assuming no extras like duvetyne or unforeseen problems.