I recently got a Sony WEGA 32FS420 HDTV and have been tinkering with it to get the picture the way I like it. I've been able to get the geometry very accurate. Much more than older WEGAs I've done, and I've gotten the black and white levels to a point where I am happy with them. My only remaining area of improvement is with the color red. I am otherwise happy with all other colors, but whenever I am watching something with a very bright red object (I was watching an Episode of Friends last night on DVD and Phoebe was wearing a bright red sweater and the saturation was excessive). I know there are settings for red push in the Sony service menu, but this new WEGA has a completely different service menu than I am used to, and I don't know all the codes. I lowered RDRV about 10 and got it to a point where its a lot better, but that also effected the other colors. I still think there should be a way I can improve this. Does anyone have any recommendations that I could do to help with this? My older WEGA didn't have such red saturation, maybe thats just a quirk with my model. Oh, and for what its worth, I am displaying my DVDs using Component Video cables, not HDMI or S-video or anything on a non-progressive scan DVD player, so I am using the TV's built in de-interlacer, but it appears to do an adequate job, so I don't think thats it. Sorry for the long email...thanks!