I've just finished calibration with my vizio 70 E700i-B3, and can safely say I am very well aquainted with the oddities of this series (may be different from the M)
First the color space you are calibrating matters significantly. Starting with the normal color space the 11 point cal will follow suit 10-> 10, 20-> 20. If you are in the computer or cool color space it will have wonky effects where adjusting the blue on 10 effects 20 and the red seemed to effect the color space below. That said, the 5% did not seem to adjust much on normal space and the 100 did not effect much. I was able to get an almost perfectly flat gama and perfectly balanced on the 10 points. Almost perfectly balanced because the 100 has a slightly brighter and was slightly brighter but well within 2dbe.
Then I moved onto the color calibration. What a nightmare. This set has a fixed color gamut. What this meant was when I tried to adjust the RGB points they did not move. Period. I would adjust hue all the way up, and saturation, nothing. Rock solid stead unmovable. Ok.. after a day of playing with it I found someone who suggested calibrating to the different saturation levels. Bingo the saturation levels were moving (75% 50% 25% etc) but just barely, and hue just barely effected it. Well I dialed that in... and watched the tv and the greens were awful (saturation was maxed out), so I knew it still was not correct. I ran a full color check in HCFR and low and behold the points were way out (over 20dbe) when the rgb/cym saturation points were within 2dbe. So I had to recalibrate using 54 points.... Short story short, I was able to get points not on the saturation 75/50/25 within 2dbe, but the saturation points were still about 8dbe. I could not live with this and am returning the set.
Below are my final cal numbers (would post the CEI but it is on another computer). Has anyone else experienced this? Was this a bad set or is it inherint to the firmware? Have any of you run a full 54 point color check to see where your points are laying? Can someone post their full CEI diagram from their M set so I can look at it? I am considering going to a sharp.
Here are my settings: