I've just spent an hour or so setting up my PW6 with Avia. No doubt the settings for my screen will be different to another one but I thought I'd share some of my findings in case anyone is interested. Prior to using the Avia disc I had, by eye, set contrast to 0, brightness to 2, colour to 2, tint to 0 and sharpness to 3. Temp normal and gamma 2.2. My player outputs PAL and NTSC and I calibrated against both. Avia settings were: contrast -5 brightness +1 colour 0 tint 0 sharpness 0 temp normal gamma 2.2 I had a quick play with the advanced settings but to be honest I'm not really clear what they do (I can guess what they do but I'd really like to read up on them first) and so have left these to a later date. Has anyone cracked these yet or could point me to a link? Back to normal sources I was happy with the changes and the picture was certainly just a bit more pleasing. I then made some minor adjustments to suit my eye which were to increase colour and brightness by 1. Image now is as good as it has been. I then went through the advanced video patterns in Avia to see if I was still happy with the result. I was. When I got to the overscan screen though I was really surprised at how much of the image was missing - between 4 and 10% on each edge. Setting the image to just fill the screen was easily done (different for PAL and NTSC). Nice to know that I'm now seeing "all" the image!