A common feature on most newer televisions is the "color temperature" selection. On my Sony Wega, I have a choice of "warm", "neutral" or "cool". According to the manual, "warm" gives the whites a reddish appearance, while "cool" gives them a bluish appearance. The manual doesn't say what "neutral" does, but my guess is that it doesn't tint the whites at all. As stated in the header, which of the three color temperatures is most "accurate" in terms of the overall color spectrum. I realize this may vary by television, but which of the three settings is likely to produce the most accurate colors (not just whites, but all colors)? I've tried all three, but am not totally satisfied with any of them. Neutral seems to be the best, but sometimes the whites look somewhat ghostly. Also, would I need to redo the calibration if I select a different color temperature? Any recommendations would be sincerely appreciated. Steve K.