Finally! Any mode can be adjusted without it turning into User mode. On the negative side, User mode is basically a duplicate of Vivid mode, so it’s of little use. It would be nice if you could set a reference mode for User mode as a starting point and then calibrate it from there.
Even though there are six modes, Bright and Cinema are very close, as are Vivid and Game (and, of course, User). The only real differences lie in the default Color or Gamma settings for each. As you’ll see in the next two sections, grayscale and color gamut are very good by default, probably the best of any of the lower-cost Optoma projectors to date.