Televisions (especially Sony's) tend to push red anyway. So be careful about too much red, since most tv's will further push the reds.
- To me 1134 looks kind of rubbery, as though the actors were plastic action figure dolls. The skin looks rubbery plastic.
- 1159 is nice, but if you look at Han's black vest, you notice that the blacks are a bit crushed on Han's right lung side (our left, i.e., the side nearer to Chewy). You can see more detail in the dark vest in the As Is.
- As Is looks a little bit purply and a little flat due to the low contrast. But bumping up the contrast will crush some of the blacks, as seen above.
I'd recommend using a soft touch with the tweaks. 1159 is near perfect, even with the slight loss of detail in the dark areas. It's always a trade-off between the improved depth you get with High Contrast, vs the improved detail you get with Low Contrast.
I'd vote for either 1159 or As Is. Or maybe halfway in between, i.e., dial back the 1159 tweaks a bit. But at this point you can't go wrong with either.
Nowadays most tv's are LCD's and imho LCD tv's have exaggerated color representation anyway. So even if the DVD is tweaked perfectly, the LCD TV will turn it into cartoon colors. And most tv's come with default settings that are very aggressive, making the image "pop" with over saturated colors and high contrast. This sells tv's in the store, but it's not very accurate color representation. Don't sweat the final tweaks, because they will be lost on most tv's. Err on the gentler side, because most tv's will add Contrast and Saturation, especially reds.