Well, I am the proud owner of a brand new Pany PT-AE300e and was wondering if you could recommend settings, screen makeups (eg MDF board, Canvas, Goo paint, grey shade paints etc), that you have found which maximizes black levels without compromising brightness and colour range. I have a room that is 2.8m x 5.5m. The ae 300 projects on to the 2.8m wall at the moment and the wall is a slightly off white colour. I intend to experiment with a 2.15m by 1.22m MDF board and see what colour paint works best. I also intend to darken the side walls a lot, maybe with curtains because a lot of light is bouncing from the sides. There is also quite a light colour carpet and ceiling. The room is a great dimension for sound, being rectangular, having 1 entrance and just the one major window at the back. Any ideas on calibration settings and screen makeups to maximize black levels. Any advice would be appreciated. I am reasonably pleased with the contrast and black levels and realize they can be much better since I haven't optimized the room and screen yet. Thanks.