Hey all, Heading up to a friend's house tomorrow to set up an audio system and calibrate his new Mitsubishi WS-55411 (or maybe 55311). Not sure that this is either the latest, or best, RPTV out there, but he got a pretty good deal. I'm a CRT guy myself, so I'm looking forward to this new challenge. Anyway, this is a first time for me calibrating a RPTV, and I'm wondering if there are any general pointers for me. I also have some specific questions: -As the TV's only had about 15 hrs viewing, it is worth it to do a full 64-point convergence? -If I'm used to CRT calibrating, and truly black blacks, do I need to change my expectations? Should I even try and use a PLUGE pattern, or is that a lost cause on RPTV's? -Mits have a manual color adjustment for 480i sources, with slider adjustments for Magenta, Red, Yellow, Green, Cyan and Blue. Is this basically a poor man's greyscale adjustment? Note that there are seperate color temperature adjustments possible to use in conjunction (ie: low, med, high). What would be a good test pattern (on Video Essentials) for me to use? As I said above, I'm heading there tomorrow (Sat. Nov 2) so any comments that could be had ASAP would be great.