^ That is exactly what I find so frustrating. On the video side I can calibrate and duplicate, to the limits of my video display, the video seen on studio's display. The references for D65 grayscale, color primaries, color level, tint, black level, contrast, gamma, etc. are all available. It's not an issue of "modify to taste" or "experiment and see what looks best." If it were, I'd be just as frustrated with the video side of things. I want it to make it sound, within the limits of my system, identical to the final playback in the studio, but I don't even know what that sounds like. I can somewhat guess by how movies sound in THX and Dolby Cinema theaters, but I can no more accurately adjust my audio based on the memory of what the movie sounded like in the theater than I can accurately adjust my video based on my memory of what the image looked like in the theater.