Hi folks... I've skimmed many posts here for LG-related info, and saw something from last fall (Blasthand?) about calibration... Just got the model mentioned above (dunno if UK and USA share same model numbers?) Generally, I'm happy with the set after a few days. It came down to this and the Sony KDF42WE655. This one won out due to a bigger screen (44 vs. 42) yet in a smaller (and sleeker) overall cabinet size. (Sony speakers are at left and right of screen, LG speakers below screen.) Pricing was within $150 of eachother. My one complaint so far is probably similar to others. Shadowy scenes are slightly odd---skin and hair sometimes take on a green cast. Spent a day watching all 3 Lord of the Rings with friends (on a Samsung HD841), and really noticed some odd coloration (skin tones, sky shots) in the Mordor scenes, as well as other darker scenes. (Probably referring to that "oil painting" aspect others have mentioned here.) No rainbow effect noticed, however! Bright daylight scenes throughout the dvd were just beautiful, though even there blondes and brunettes took on green tints in their hair, and say, if their neck is in shadow, the shadow will be green-tinted. Regular cable-tv signal (ie, not an HDTV signal yet) looks very nice too, and seems to *not* have the green-tint problem with hair so far... I've played with the various User menu settings (Film, Daytime, Nightime, Sports) as well as contrast, tint, etc. Any other suggestions for exploration? Recommended tech websites, etc., that might delve into more serious adjustments? I did access the set's "service menu" I read about here (menu button + menu button on remote) but was immediately intimidated by the abundance of options there! Thanks in advance, state-side.