I'm glad you got it to work in end
However, I would urge you to check how saturations track when using the anime profile with the JVC CMs, and also to run a colorchecker.
With such a wide color profile to start with, and if you target rec709 with the internal CMS, you will likely see a strong undersaturation at 75% sat and below, which leads to significant undersaturation on real content even if the graphs look great at 100%.
You might want to compare these calibrated results with a non corrected standard profile (which will be not as close at 100% sat but closer below) for an overall more accurate picture. Put a content with saturated red like the clowns in The Dark Knight at the beginning, or the background in Kung Fu Panda during the escape of the baddy, you should be able to see if red is undersaturated or not with actual content.
It is likely that the biggest improvement in the picture is on gamma anyway.
I might be wrong but the only way to know is to look at the way saturations (and luminance) track below 100%. There is a linearity tracking layout in Calman that will show you this.
In my experience in order to get a better gamut than standard on the JVCs you have to target a custom, slightly oversaturated gamut at 100% of rec709 or maybe rec709 at 75% sat to get an acceptable balance at all saturation levels.
Let us know if yours is an exception or not!
This being said, the gamma autocal on the JVCs works great, and the fact that you can use 21 steps is a great addition compared to the manual controls. I love the JVC autocal on Calman