The grayscale on my 7-year-old 27-inch Pansonic is finally at a more or less acceptable state. After endless tweaking misadventures I was finally able to get rid of a persistent, subtle yet oh-so-annoying greenish hue. One problem, however remains, and has been with my set as long as I can remember. When peoples' faces are in shadow, or, in other words, at the darker end of the scale, they turn a dark or at times bright red. Instead of the natural looking skin tones I get when someone's face is evenly-lit, they look unnatural, nearly beet red. It is almost like red push, but primarily, as I said, when faces are deeply shadowed. The problem goes away when I crank up black level (IE contrast) but then of course I end up with a washed out picture. Does this indicate a problem with R-cut? Why would it only show up in this way, if it was a general R-cut problem? As always, any well-intentioned advice, is greatly appreciated.