Can anyone tell me why it is, that after calibrating with Avia, the colours are highly over saturated? I've found that after careful calibration with slight adjustment of the colour decoding for colour balance, the colour (saturation) level then has to be turned down by around 25%. It's not simply that skin tones look too red, everything is over coloured and unnatural on all DVD's. I have also tried using Avia with my CRT TV, again resulting with having to turn the colour down by a similar amount. The other tests on Avia seem good, but I can't see the point in setting the colour level, then having to turn it down considerably to watch a DVD with lifelike colour. It this because Avia is NTSC? If so, does that mean that the colour decoding tests (and possibly others) are not accurate for PAL systems? Having said that, I have found that even Region 1 discs exhibit the same problem. Any ideas? Thanks Steve.