It's pretty simple really, if the calibrator does not mind the settings being shared on the net then it is not disrespectful to post them up (has Chad been asked?)
Without that 'permission' it is disrespectful to do so as this is how these guys make their living and while it might not (?) have direct impact on Chad it could take sales away from another pro who may have lost a potential job from someone that now thinks they have a 'good enough' calibrated display via Chad's posted settings.
It's a fine line but pestering someone that paid their money for settings that they did not achieve on their own is just bad form
, nobody should come to AVS and be flamed for having a pro calibration and not sharing their settings (this is supposed to be an adult forum where we treat others with respect and act accordingly).
I have Pro settings from many different displays that others have been kind enough to share via pm/e-mail but I would not dream of posting those on the net, that's just common courtesy to the owner of the display that paid for it and, more importantly, the calibrator that did the work.