Not Jerry but I did read the Advanced Calibration section of the manual and agree that it is intriguing. Not having used Pro before, I can't compare the two but I've read plenty in the Pro thread as I was considering purchasing it in the past and I can see why you said what you did about being what you hoped Pro would be. I'm glad I invested the time (and money) into learning REW first as I've had the luxury of learning from your own progression wrt Audyssey Pro kit, OM kit, room treatments, Behringer, and now possibly the AntiMode 2.0!
:) The AntiMode 2,0 Dual Core is very intriguing, as you have discovered from reading the manual. Did you spot that it is also a fine preamp with DSP and a 16 channel PEQ too? It is amazingly flexible - and the flexibility wrt to bass EQ is nothing short of astonishing IMO. The only downside to it is the cost - here in the UK it is close on the equivalent of $1,000 - but for what it can do that is reasonable IMO. Audyssey Pro cost me the same, or more in fact. Pro is nowhere near as versatile. What I really like about the AM is that you are not limited to their own target curve - you can shape it to more or less whatever you want with 7 different tilts available and 7 different levels, giving 49 possible combinations. You can even use it to EQ the higher frequencies if you wish, with tilt curve options there too.
I am seriously tempted, which usually translates to "I will be getting one sooner or later". When I have finished my experimental incursion into PJs and exotic screens (I just ordered an exotic screen today - Draper React II 2.1) I will probably go for the AntiMode, at least on a trial/comparison basis. But before I do that I have an expensive PJ to choose and buy - I have been frantically 'creating space' out of nowhere (aka partially knocking down a wall) in order to accommodate a decent PJ in my stupid little room.
I urge anyone considering Pro (or even not) to take a look at the AM 2,0 Dual Core manual. It's a very interesting read.