Here is a step by step of the process I use. For anybody interested.
1. Turn TV on and put probe on the screen. Wait 30 minutes for temperatures to equilibrate. I have a wall mount and I tilt the TV enough so that the probe sits on the screen lightly.
2. Calibrate the probe if in ColorHCFR. Same for CalMAN, except that in CalMAN it is mandatory.
3. Get ready for a measurement run in ColorHCFR, quickly put the probe in the window and do the run. I usually do grayscale and color. I say "quickly" because after several minutes a little mura appears around the probe. So this first measurement is the best for the low end. (This is the principle I use for subsequent runs after I feel I've got the settings, grayscale and colors, as close as I can get them ... read below.)
4. I have a spreadsheet so that I can input my 100% gray Y value and see what my 10% gray Y value should be. I run a continuous measurement and adjust brightness while on a 10% gray window until I reach the target Y.
5. With the continuous measurement still running I do an "adjust gray", going back and forth between 25% gray and 75% gray, making adjustments in White Balance until x and y are as close to 0.313 and 0.329. Sometimes I do this with the grayscale going between 30% gray and 90% gray.
6. Next I run the grayscale measurement and look at the RGB graph to see what tweaks are needed. I make whatever adjustments is needed and run the grayscale again. If it looks good I move on. If not I tweak until it does. I verify that my 10% gray Y value is still at 0.0063*100% white Y value. If it needs to be adjusted I make sure grayscale is still OK. When grayscale is as good as I can get it and my 10%gray window Y value is at target, I start looking at color.
7. I then run the primary and secondary colors.
8. I manually input the xyY values for RGBYCM into the Accupel Calculator. I only look at the primary colors at this point, adjusting their xy coordinates and their Y values in Custom color until they are as close to what Accupel calls for as I can get them. I also might change the main Color control if this minimizes the amount of overall color adjustments I have to make with the primary colors (RGB).
9. I run the primary and secondary colors again, and again input the xyY values of all 6 colors into the Accupel Calculator. I verify that RGB are still good, per Accupel. If they are still OK, I then adjust the secondaries using the xyY values called for by the Accupel Calculator.
10. I then run primary and secondary colors again, and if everything looks good....
11. I recalibrate the probe and do grayscale plus color measurements from a different spot in the window.
12. I tweak grayscale and/or colors as called for.
13. Then I put the values in the run, save the run and post it here