They both look very good. We're not going to be able to tell which one is better because we don't know if your LT's red is off. You need to run through the calibrated gray scale and see which one looks more correct to your eye. With my LT, once I created the offset I could see that without the offset there was a red push in almost all of the windows, and the offset looked more correct (light gray was grayer, if you will).
If you want to burn many more hours you can try and flatten your gamma by using the custom sliders. The sliders affect more than one area so you will run many, many gray scales to flatten it. Just remember don't move the 1st or the last slider. Also, as Dan has suggested work from right to left. I have found that the 2nd from the right affects everything from about 60 IRE up to 90. Then the 3rd from the right affects 40 - 60, and as you work to the left they have a narrower band of influence until you get to the 2nd from the left and that one almost exclusively affects on the 10 IRE with some small inpact on 20 IRE. Remember pulling down a slider movers the gamma up (to a higher number).