I'm thinking of getting a calibration disk for my tv and as far as my previous experience with them I'm not getting the dvd silver series one from discwasher. For one the disc had no clear cute way of telling me if was setting my contrast right since I never saw the change they told me to look for even with the contrast setting at 100%. Secondly the color setting was nothing more than three pictures and I had to make a guess on what looked alright. Third the sharpness test you couldn't even tell if the sharpness was even doing anything. As far as brightness it did a decent job but it still expected me to do that blacker than black test which my dvd player can't display blacker than black. I'm looking into AVIA but for the price (we are talking 39-49 dollars for a college student this is quite a price to pay for a dvd) I could be paying less because my friend works at best buy but I'm not even sure that it'll bring down the price anymore than 20 dollars at best. So is it really worth it for as close to proper calibration as I can get or would something like sound and vision disc be any better any thoughts please? also I've been debating whether the contrast+(black stretch) setting on my tv should be left on or off during calibration thanks for your time reading this lengthly post. hopefully I'll get some good input from you good folks and make a decision.