Hi guys, I have a Panasonic AE300, and I just wanted to know how important the flicker adjust setting is to a projector? I heard that it fixes the vertical banding problem. I don't have vb problems, but I adjusted it anyway just in case (minimal blue, no red, most green adjustment). After the adjustment, I noticed 3 things: - The picture was much clearer - Even though I was happy for this, I was wondering why it happened. Isn't a setting called "Flicker Adj" supposed to remove flicker, not make blacks blacker, or pictures sharper? - The picture was redder - The hue of the picture seemed redder to the point where the previous -1 color temperature was now equal (more or less) to 0 color temperature. Again I was confused why this would happen, I didn't raise the red flicker screen adjustment or anything. - There was more chicken wire (SDE) - I'm not entirely sure if this was because of the flicker adjust per se, or if the picture is just much clearer now, so I can actually see the chicken wire more (although not to the extent that it's very bad yet). If this is the case, what would be the ideal setting, less clarity/chicken-wire or more clarity/chicken-wire? Corollary to this, should I even be touching this setting? What really is the function of flicker adjust? Does this interfere with SmoothScreen function of Panasonic projectors? To top it off, I forgot to record the factory defaults so I can't go back to the original flicker settings to compare. Does anyone have these numbers? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!