You both make great points...
Hi again, both of you make great points and it is just a matter of perspective I think. Either way I have to break this TV in before I do any type of calibration. For now I have decided to go with a Cal disc and try it myself, in the future I very well may hire someone but to be honest I would be interested in learning how to do this. I also understand Jostenmeat perspective on why did I get a Pro-141FD if I wasn't go to hire a Pro-Calibrator. I was originally going to go with the Panasonic and came across an amazing deal on the 141, I figured since it was a bit more TV and a bit less money I would go with it. Anyhow I think it will have an incredible picture and can't wait to get it in the mail. Also I am with you WildClay that depending on that Blu-Ray disc quality drastically ranges movie to movie, I always read reviews on them before I make a purchase, blu-ray.com is the best site I've found, thanks for the suggestions. I haven't received any of the equipment yet since I ordered it online but here is my setup, I will be sure to give the full review when I get it all hooked up, hopefully you both will approve:
TV: Pioneer Kuro Elite Pro-141FD.
Speakers: Kef FiveTwo Model 11 with HTB2SE subwoofer.
Receiver: Pioneer VSX-21TXH.
Blu-Ray Player: Sony Playstation 3.
These will all be connected with HDMI cables.
The main reason I went with the FiveTwo speakers is even if I have to sacrifice the full surround sound it wasn't worth it to me to have to deal with the speaker setup, no matter how you slice it running speaker wire all over you media room is a real hassle.
I have one last question for you guys which is what surge protector/power conditioner would you recommend, right now I am looking at the Monster 650. Any recommendation would be great.
I really want to thank everyone that helped me on here, it saved be tons of hours of research as well as personal experience which is evaluable. Thanks again for all the help.
I will give the full review of all this once I get it all working properly and put together..