Somehow my post didn't go through so quickly... I've spent roughly 4 hours trying to calibrate the monitor using "Colormunki Photo". I've calibrated monitors before, not an expert by any means. So first I noticed is the with the white point set to D65 I got a blue-purple haze that just did not look right. Using Native white point I get more natural albeit warm colors. Comparing a neutral grey on screen to one on paper (color chip from XRite) the grey looks very warm and no where near neutral. I noticed through playing with luminance, that the Colormunki basically ignores the contrast setting. I can set it at 0 or at 100, and after calibration it will stay at whatever I set it to. Playing with luminance, setting the brightness setting I had trouble hitting the "green point". At this point I can go back to contrast, and upping or lowering the contrast will affect the brightness. So my next puzzling question is, if there is no set control of the contrast how does this device calibrate anything let alone my monitor? There are literally thousands of possible working contrast-brightness settings I could set my monitor to and each time I will get different colors/results/etc. I am suprised there is no optimal setting for contrast for this calibrating device. I paid for this thing I don't want to spend hours guessing what my contrast/brightness should be. Next there is an absolute lack of RGB calibrating. Before and after calibrating, MY RGB settings are the same, 100/100/100. Nothing changes, no options in the software to calibrate the RBG settings, nothing. I would bet the RGB settings have some role in making the colors on my screen appear warm -- the yellows are oversaturated and the reds are as well (slightly less). I am just really disappointed because I could have spent these 4 hours calibrating my monitor by hand to get much better results, and save a lot of money too. I will call Xrite tommorow, but have a feeling they will tell me absolutely nothing in which case I will return this piece of equipment.