First, some caveats. I am not a professional calibrator, just a dedicated hobbyist with experience with ColorHCFR. I've had several i1 colorimeters over the years, and just replaced them with an i1Pro. I also recently replaced my RPCRT with a Samsung plasma, so calibrating it was a no brainer.
The following calibration was done with Picture Mode set to Movie, Cell Light = 20, Contrast = 95, Brightness = 55, Gamma = -1, Color Tone = Warm2, HDMI Black Level = Low.
Keep in mind that the test patterns are STATIC images, so anything designed to work with dynamic images is probably not tested appropriately, but I think it's interesting, anyway.
Also realize that the changes to the settings are made FROM THIS CALIBRATION POINT. You could probably start with another setting (i.e., Warm1 and Gamma = 0) and achieve a good calibration, but I think changing the menu settings from THAT point would have similar results. If not, I leave that exercise to someone else.
That said, here are the results of my calibration, which I will use as the reference point for each of the following menu setting changes.
First, let's just change Warm2 to Warm 1. As you would expect, that changes the overall temperature:
This is the effect is has on grayscale (the highlighted box is the difference between these measurements and our reference calibration):
It has less of an effect on the primaries, but look what it does to the secondaries:
That's more obvious on the CIE diagram (reference points indicated):
Notice the change in the overall level of blue:
Changing Warm2 to Standard is even more dramatic:
Changing Dynamic Contrast from off to high increases the contrast and lowers the gamma. Though the dEs stay very respectable, note how far off they are from our starting point:
The colors are similarly adversely affected:
But look what happens to the gamma:
seriously affecting the luminance of all three primaries (target curve indicated):
Changing Dynamic Contrast from off to low has a similar, but (slightly) less dramatic effect:
How about changing the Color Space from Custom to Native? As you would expect, there is little change in the grayscale, but rather a substantial difference in both primaries and secondaries:
So much for "Going Native."