Until recently I had a DTP-94 which I always understood to be one of the better cheaper meters. However, I was never entirely happy with the resulting calibrations, they just never looked right and I constantly went back and messed with the settings trying to tweak the pq but it never looked 100% correct to my eyes.
Enter the Colormunki! One 30 minute session with the Munki Design (using the excellent Calman which so far is the only software that supports the Munki) and my Kuro display looked absolutely fantastic!! I mean it was breathtaking. There wasn't much difference between the settings between the DTP-94 and the Munki, but those few clicks made a WORLD of difference.
I also managed to tame the CMS on our LCD which was almost impossible with the DTP94 (it was off sufficiently that the CMS and resulting grayscale calibration never looked right). The DTP-94 calibration looks a joke by comparison and like I said, it wasn't that far out but far enough to make a difference.
Very quick and very accurate. Not great at the low-end (0 to 10 is never really consistent and 20 looks iffy but I wouldn't expect it to be nor is it really required for us DIY'ers so not an issue). Struggled a bit getting it to hang right on the front of the screen as has been mentioned, but no biggie, (that tripod mount would be handy though).
The Munki rules, no question. Best money I've spent on AV equipment in a loooooong time!
The Funky Munki ha-ha