Let me know if you see any obvious crush. I wouldn’t mind comparing more, I’ve dialled in as far as I could with the games I tested but there may be more wiggle room. I accept a certain amount of crush (minimal) as it’s going to be a trade off as there is no TV that is perfect yet. Once I got those deep blacks and great hilights I just couldn’t go back.
I found the blacks don't actually get blacker at least on my set (IMO). The surround areas get brighter around the black so that does add to a perceived level of extra blackness. I found your settings worked well on most games but not as flawlessly (and arguably accurately) as with leaving dynamic contrast off. Final Fantasy 15 for example is far, far too white/bright.
I did make some alterations to my settings though. From Warm 2 to Warm 1. And sharpness gone completely (once I recognised it's effect in game I couldn't go back lol.
Here's my final settings I'm happy with, for anyone's reference
Backlight 8 (20 HDR)
Smart LED off (High HDR)
Colour Tone Warm 1
Colour Space Auto
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