Hi guys, just got my new Hitachi 57F520 as a replacement for the Tosh 57HX84. First off the set is not as ugly in my living room as I thought it would be. Not as nice as the Black Toshiba but acceptable. Well I would really like is some help/advice on the picture settings. now, yes I will have it ISFed as soon as it hits 100 hours and I will use my DVE to calibrate in the meantime. I also know there are some "tweak" threads on how to do everything from fix red push to remove protective screen and do a manual focus. However I am just looking for the most basic of recommendations. See I have heard the Hitachi's CRTs are among the best. Well at least as good or better than the Toshibas. However I am having a hard time adjusting to the picture. Obviously the settings are different. But I liked that Toshiba had "modes". Like Sports mode, standard mode and Movie mode. Now don't get me wrong all but Movie mode were unwatchable (to me) but it was a nice feature. I like watching on the Toshiba's Movie Mode. Don't ask me why but I liked it. I know it was not optimal, black were a little washed out, sharpness high etc. But I had my DVE settings saved on "user settings" and used them both depending on content. Can anyone tell me how to put my setting as close as possible to The Toshiba Movie mode? So far I have set all enhancements to off like: noise reduction: off Black enhancement: off Edge Enhancement (SVM): off and something else I think. Should I have any of them on? also reduced Contrast and brightness to about 50%. It's the color I am having a hard time with. the choices are High, Medium, Standard and black and white. black and white is definately too red. I am stuck between High and Medium. according to description medium should be the one to make it more "natural" but somehow High looks more appealing. Now my "logical/analitical" side realises the High looks too blue. But yet somehow the Medium looks too red/yellow. or well, orange. What do you guys have these at? Any one ever have both and know how I can match them? Now before I use DVE, what are the best settings to have these at? what is the best temperature to set it at before calibrating? thanks in advance for the input.