Hey guys - tried to upload my pre and post calibration reports, but it says the file size for PDFs is limited to 19.5KB, and mine are like 120-130KB. Not sure what the workaround is, but I doubt I'll bother hosting them somewhere just to provide a download link. In any case, the reds had gone through the roof compared to the blue and green, which was the main problem. The gamma still tracked the 2.22 line pretty well, and the color temperature had gone from the 6,500K ideal down to about 6,000 across the board.
My first calibration was done before he/everyone else figured out how to get panel brightness high accurate, so my ISF-Day was 35ft/L and my ISF-Night was 30ft/L. The new report has my ISF-Day at 48ft/L and my ISF-Night at 35ft/L, which was the increase in light output I had been looking for. The previous calibration also used the Warm2 color temp for both ISF-Day and ISF-Night, while this go around, he used the Normal color temp for both.
He does indeed charge less for a re-cal, but I'm a little hesitant to disclose what he charged me in case that's crossing some sort of unspoken line. If you're truly interested in his prices, I'm sure you can contact him directly for that information.
So basically, the gamma was still pretty good and the color temp was a little low, but it was the RGB that was the main culprit in terms of drifting.