I've never used HCFR outside a VM just to briefly check it out, but it does support meter profiles. However, I was not able to figure out how to get it to calculate a matrix from xyY values. SpectraCal provides a program for this, which is what saved me as I could not get the Calman automated process to work right for my plasma, and I've since located a spreadsheet here:
It would have been slightly more convenient for me to use the spreadsheet, but there are a variety of ways to calculate and use this matrix, and I would have stuck with Calman anyway; I would think it's self-consistent even if the automated profiling is buggy at present. Even if you use the automated profiling, I would recommend measuring xyY for 100%/100% WRGB and saving those values just in case, so that you can calculate the matrix yourself if you discover something went wrong. I described that in more detail in the threads I linked to.
About the meters, the i1D3 is considered the current "go-to" colorimeter, and to the extent I understand the confusing X-Rite names and licensing policies, the Display is cheaper, slower, and works with fewer softwares, but even the i1D3 has Retail and OEM models with different licensing constraints, so, do your research.
One thing about renting the Munki Photo. The X-Rite software for it is very interesting and can do things like read the color of the paint on your wall, but jeez, it installs a ton of services and startup programs, and I would not want it on my PC. I anticipated this and installed it to a VM, and thankfully, it did copy the driver .inf and .sys files to the installation folder, and I was able to copy them to my real Windows 7x64 PC and install the driver manually for Calman. SpectraCal does provide a "driver pack" that I presume installs Munki drivers, but I'm not a huge fan of it as you will see if you search my posts on their forum. The i1D3 is nice in that for Calman, at least, no driver is required.
Oh, and besides lensrentals.com and the Munki Photo, SpectraCal rents i1Pros at over 3x the cost. Renting a spectro for the purpose of profiling a colorimeter on the displays you actually have makes a lot more sense to me than sending a colorimeter in for "recertification". I would have gone with the i1Pro rental if it hadn't been so much more expensive, but the Munki is supposed to be pretty good, too.