I'm no Calibration Pro, but I find the Lumagen manual controls/menus easy to navigate. I do manual 21-point greyscale/gamma, and then let Chromapure loose to do the 125-point CMS. As Gordon said, it's quicker to do an 11-point initial run, then change to 21-point, and let the Lumagen do the interpolation, then fine tune the 21-point.
You will need to familiarize yourself with the menu structure, and the number values to change patterns, etc.
DON'T forget to Save, Save, Save, your changes.
Also, make use of the extra CMS memories to allow you to retain a previous 'good' cal, while trying something new in a 'clean' memory slot.