I couldn't get the search function to work for me today for some reason, so if these questions need to be found in other threads I would appreciate anyone directing me to them. Otherwise, here's the deal... I just got a 53" Widescreen Television (HD ready, but without the HD reciever...that will come a bit later). I used Avia to adjust the image, but I notice a difference in color saturation on some of my satellite channels, and it still seems too bright. I realize I may have made a mistake and I do plan to go through the Avia disc again tonight...but I was wondering about having my set professionally calibrated... Is this expensive? How would I find someone in my area (Long Beach, California)? What all do they adjust? Will I still have to make some of my own adjustments as well? Also, I may be mistaken, but I thought that if I were watching letterboxed content on television (like Star Trek: Enterprise or E.R. that I was supposed to Zoom the image since I don't have the HD receiver. This looks pretty good, but I noticed that there's a bit of overscan when I do this (on Star Trek I can see that the little UPN logo in the bottom right corner is cut off a little at the bottom...but when I view it letterboxed in 4x3 mode there's a tiny bit of space below that logo). Am I doing this wrong? Is this something that a professional calibrator will fix? Thanks for any help?