I just picked up my 32HV600 which I believe is Sony's 32" XBR replacement. I got it from Fry's for $1299 and finally picked it up last night. Awesome deal, I couldn't pass it up. Anyway, getting it set up with my friend was fairly easy. I had heard stories of this set being so heavy, but it's really not that bad. I had expected it to be much more difficult to get it out of the box and in my unit. Neither of us are big strong guys either. It's 175lbs out of the box. Anyway, once we got it in the unit and turned it on I immediately noticed discoloration in the upper and lower right corners, looked like magnetic interference from unshielded speakers. Strange because my speakers are shielded. Anyway, after about a half hour of trying to figure this out, I just turned it off for a few minutes and turned it back on to degauss the TV and the discoloration is gone! Yes! Don't have to worry too much about taking it back. I also found the geometry was near perfectly straight with letterbox DVD's. Amazing! This is what I was most worried about as nearly everyone that has a Sony flat direct view has serious issues with bowing and tilting. I didn't have time for a thorough calibration w/VE, I just immediately turned down the contrast and brightness to about 35% as it was on my old Sony set. I set it to PRO and color temp to warm, and SVM to off, is this where it should be? Anyway when doing this, RED PUSH was blaring out on everything. So I will need to tone it down. On my older trinitron I toned it down using AXPL in the service menu but I heard there is no AXPL on the newer sets. What do I need to do to fix the Red Push? Any other service menu items I need to change to set better black levels, other colors, get closer to 6500K, convergence? Anyone with an XBR800 have any tips for making this thing shine? Thanks!