You guys helped our family choose the Toshiba 36" 36AF42 for our set. We are very happy with it and are currently waiting on our calibration disc to arrive for proper adjustment. Our only and biggest grip right now is the picture is too blurry (with contrast around 35) or picture perfect but too dark (contrast at 15). Now I know you guys have mentioned that we have to get used to watching the new tv and there has been debate as to how to actually setup the tv. Some are saying that we should just set it to what we think looks good as opposed to the "correct" calibration. Only problem is we can't get it to where we like it. It's either too blurry (letters especially, edges) or it's too dark when contrast is set low. I say dark and I mean dark. When contrast was set to 15 with an excellent picture it's just too dark to watch even when every light is off. Any idea as to why it's so blurry when contrast is set even at 35-40 level? Someone else mentioned that I need to turn SVM off in the service menu but I have no idea what any of those menu options mean. Clarke has a post here listing what the menu options are but I still have no idea what each mean. Not to mention I didn't see SVM anywhere in our service menu. Thanks for any help and a push hopefully in the right direction.