I'm getting a little frustrated with trying to find the right black level for my Toshiba 57H81. My white level seems good at 30% (which seems to be right at the spot where the bottom half of the needle pulse pattern becomes white and not grey), and my brightness was originally calibrated at 47% using the black and half grey pattern on Avia. However, this is producing too dark of a picture in a lot of DVDs (Fight Club, Star Wars, and U-571 are some of the ones that are WAY too dark). I know if my set doesn't hold black level accurately I need to find a compromise black level setting. On my old 27" this was obtained by using the black and half white pattern on Avia. But on my Toshiba, the black and half grey pattern produces too dark of a picture (at 47%), and the black and half white pattern produces a much too bright and washed out picture (I can't even see the black bars until I'm up around 65%). So, should I try to find a compromise level between 65 and 47%? Like say, around 53% or so? It seems strange to have to calibrate my black level to a point where the black and half grey pattern CLEARLY shows both of the moving bars, but 47% is just producing too dim of a picture. I need help!!!