Right, I've had a bit of time to adjust my calibration to my new screen, and thanks to all the feedback I got I'm hoping they are a bit better.
x,y were very close, the biggest difference was on Y, which was slightly too low, which makes sense as the XD Centre Stage has a slightly lower gain than the Carada BW (1.2 vs 1.4).
Only exception, blue, and as a few have remarked, I would be tempted to believe it was pretty off (too dark).
Here are my new settings, which are extremely close to LDVD's. I used mine as a starting point, and ended up quite close to his, except for magenta. I started from scratch with blue and decided not to use any hue, as it had some bad effect visually. I chose to keep a slightly higher dE (around 4.5) instead of me$$ing with it. Otherwise all dEs at 3 or under (not as good as LDVD though!). dEs at 100% jump between 4.7 and 6.7, which is pretty good (slightly undersaturated).
R=-4 -22 6
Y=9 -45 38
G=-4 -44 35
C=-2 -51 43
B=0 -20 4
M=1 15 7
I calibrated with the i1pro at 75% stim, with a normal gamma, after having adjusted my greyscale with color temp only (still waiting for a new lamp). I selected a standard gamma curve at 2.4 after calibration (gives around 2.2). I was closer to D65 at 75%, but slightly worse at 100%. I'll fine-tune this when the new lamp will arrive.
Linearity is still very good, I'm attaching HCFR files at 75% and at 100% with saturations (Le Dahu, I couldn't measure sat at 75%, there is only on set of patterns on the AVCD DVD and I believe it's at 100% stim).
Please let me know if it's better or worse (especially those who like attempt 3), for me it's a bit better, but not that much, as I was already quite happy with my last settings, and only adjusted Y on all colors to fit new screen, and blue which was pretty off, so that's where most of the improvement lies.
If you have a high gain screen, these settings may be worse than the last ones.
If you have a neutral gain or low gain screen, they may be better.
4th attempt HCFR files.zip 12.216796875k . file