I have been intrigued over the past couple of months with people talking about calibration. As my wife said "If you are spending that sort of money for the screen they should do that for you..." But they don't, do they... So yesterday, Gordon spent the best part of 3 hours making the best of my display. The result? Well after 24 hours, watching both DVDs and NTL, I can say that the image is indeed more natural looking. Although I found it a little soft at first - which Gordon did warn me about. I'm going to try and live with it for a while and see if it grows on me, otherwise the sharpness control may have to go back up a few notches. Skin tones are probably the thing that I have noticed the most, they look much better, and the screen was overscanning too much, so Gordon put that right. But overall I can't really tell you a specific improvement except that it looks more natural, and appears to have more depth. What was involved? Couldn't tell you, that is why you need the ISF training I guess It involved setting up the normal menus and delving into the black art of the service menu using a PC and Colour Analyser to determine the colour shown on my display compared with the colour output from my DVD player with the setup disks. I am very pleased with the results, and if, like me you want to make the best of the display without delving into the service menu then Gordon is highly recommended. But then I guess many of you know that already.