You kind of caught me
since I only do a really basic calibration consisting of really not much on my part other than eyeballing it and using the basic (simple) adjustments while running the Disney "Wow" blu-ray every 500 to 1000 hours. I originally tried the advanced settings (and spent too much time trying to get it right unsuccessfully) only to end up resetting it to factory after the family asked what I had done to the projector's good out of the box image...but here are the basic settings.
2097 eco lamp hours
Brightness 57 now vs in the 40s when new...probably due a bump up soon
Contrast 40 now
Color Saturation 47
Color Temp 5
Skin tone 3
All advance settings are too factory.
Very basic after resetting it the first time and I usually just work via "Wow" on adjusting the brightness and contrast while checking the colors to see if they look right to me as the lamp ages. I am certain it is off a good bit from what a real calibration would yield but it looks good to us.
If my two Epson HC2000s are any indication (totally different setting needed), these things vary like cars off the assembly line and each one is uniquely different even with the same room/screen.
(I found the car differences firsthand when I totaled
my first new inexpensive car back in 89 and purchased the same new car a few months after the first only to discover at least a four plus mile to the gallon highway difference with the new car. Wrecked car got 28 mpg max /never better/ and the new one consistently achieved 32 mpg and on longer trips 38 mpg. Still haven't figured that one out. Maybe the first was a Friday motor and the second a Monday motor or the fact I babied the first and drove the second.)