From PM's I gather that some people still reference this thread and haven't been brought up to date from the NE owner's thread.
For the record to anyone referencing this thread there has been a significant update to the calibration capability of the 9G Non-Elite XX20 Models
In a nutshell what it boils down to is that it is now possible to save and easily access TWO VIDEO settings that both have their own calibrated grayscale. More precisely you can calibrate the grayscale for both 60Hz and 72HZ refresh rates
. That allows you to then control which grayscale you apply to any A/V mode by selecting the PC Cinema Mode
. See this refresh rate table
It's best documented in the Non-Elite owner's thread HERE
ControlCal now makes this calibration relatively easy to perform. Turbe updated the NE profile, see here.
You can calibrate and save both PureCinema:Advanced (for 72Hz) and the other PureCinema modes now.
My personal preference is to calibrate and save 2 different video grayscale modes using something like 60HZ based on Standard A/V mode and 72Hz based on Movie A/V mode.
This allows you to drastically affect the usability of all A/V modes because you can choose Movie Mode 72Hz for "Critical Viewing" and then choose to lower the temparature and make any of the A/V modes more accurate by just changing the Pure Cinema Mode to a 60HZ setting.