I've had this set now for five days and am in awe of what it can do. It was the last LG -- manufactured in October, 2016 -- to offer 3D, and thus the best-tweaked of all their OLED 3D displays. It is an exponential upgrade from my 55" Panny plasma, and I got it for $2400. LG isn't kidding when it boasts of infinite contrast ratios. Black is really, truly black, and white is supremely white (2001 finally has deep velvet skies for the first time in my experience, including on the Cinerama screen). The quality of the 3D is so awesome that I plan to begin going through every one of my 160 3D discs all over again. DIAL M FOR MURDER, the first I tried because it looked so awful on the Panny, is finally watchable (not totally without ghosting, but probably about as good as I'd have seen it in a theater in 1953, had it been released that way). But I have one caveat, and wonder what anyone with a similar set and a similar issue might have done to improve on it. The color on this display leans toward red, so faces are frequently too pink. I had the set professionally calibrated (using EX MACHINA 4k for this work), and have been futzing with color values and temperature ever since, but that only gets me so far. I just can't get the color to move far enough toward green. For some movies this is not a problem, as they are light on red saturation to start with. I cannot find another setting (such as "vivid" vs. "cinema" modes) that would extend the green and/or reduce the red. Is there a member out there who owns this or a comparable model who has also tried to adjust this? Many thanks in advance for any suggestions.