Thanks budda. The only problem is the pump is leaking(very slowly). It appears to be from the seal. I think it's the original pump(Wagner) from when house was built, in 1975. And Wagner appears to be out of business. I don't want to repair an old pump like this. I'd rather replace it. I don't even know what kind of pump to buy. It's currently a 1/2 HP jet pump.
How difficult is it to replace a shallow well jet pump? We have a point well, and the pump sits on the basement floor. My regular plumber told me he cannot do it because it's too specialized. Another plumber came today and said it would cost $1,200(including pump) plus materials. Is he out of his mind? A 3/4 HP Flotec pump at Home Depot costs $226. I'm trying to find a plumber that can do this for me. Thanks.
It's about time you bought something. :rof: Using someone else's settings isn't exactly ideal. The TV needs to be calibrated for your room. I have the Spears and Munsil cal. disc and the HD test patterns from Avsforum if you ever want to use them. You just pop it in your Blu-ray player. If your set has multiple user memory settings, you can have one set for daylight viewing, and one for night viewing.