The help menu says set everything at midpoint and use backlight instead of brightness. Later in the help it says to set the contrast at max, I dont know which is correct.
I set everything to neutral and ran the calibration and everything was sepia. It purposely lowers the white point to give a warm look since my ambient light is low. I want the ambient light low and have no idea why it forces the sepia white point. So I have to turn off the ambient light detector.
Ran the test without the ambient light detector and it still warms things up to much at 6500 so I must use native white point. The calibration does not affect color saturation or sharpness at all and the help gives no advice as to what these settings should be at.
There is an glitch in the latest software which prevents the contrast and rgp sliders from showing during the calibration if the brightness slider is selected which means I cannot calibrate brightness/contrast/rgb during the same calibration as Im suppose to.
Given the lack of documentation for sharpness and color, the overly warm tones produced, and the glitch preventing contrast/rgb adjustment, I must highly not recommend this product. There are websites for free which have calibration tools that do a far better job. Ive never seen such a useless product and cant imagine what its purpose is although it looks really cool.