Hey all, I'm not new to the home theatre scene, I've owned a nice setup for a few years now. (Hitachi Ultravision Digital 60" PTV) I recently bought the Ovation Software Home Theater calibration/setup disk (not the Avia one, the cheap one for like $18). I ran all their calibration tests on my projection TV, but it looks absolutely terrible. The color is WAY undersaturated, and the tint/hue is making yellows look green. I used the glasses exactly like they said, but I'm not pleased with the results. Additionally, I ran a THX Optimizer on my T2 Extreme DVD and it gave similar results. I "failed" the circle-test...the right border of the rectangle is not visible on my set, even after the Auto Digital Convergence. Oddly enough, sharpness does not really change much in either test pattern. I followed directions exactly by doing it at night with no ambient lighting or reflective materials on nearby walls. Any clues as to how I should proceed? Is the $40 Avia disc really worth it? Or am I better off bringing in a professional (last resort, I don't want to drop tons of cash on it). Bear in mind this PTV is about 3 years old (was top of the line when I got it). I purchaed an extended service agreement, perhaps it is time to get a technician out to check for bad projectors? Thanks in advance.