Must say I'm a tad confused about calibrating a projector. I've got a Pannie AE200 (but I shall use any info suggested for any future machines!) Here's my confusion. On the AE200 (and I assume other pannie's) you have a NORMAL mode and a DYNAMIC mode. (plus a few others) The problem is. I bought the Avia DVD and have run through it, actually finding the default pannie settings were pretty much dead on + or - a few notches. But, It can be Perfect on Normal, and also perfect on Dynamic. But when you actually play a DVD movie, the difference between the two modes is enormous, which in my mind makes Avia pretty useless really. I actually use a few scenes in a couple of DVD's at the moment to judge if detail is washed out. I'm wondering, as I'm driving the projector from a PC, if you could use like some testcard images from the computer to set the thing up. Or would there be some other calibration DVD's that you can use?