It seems to be pretty evenly split between people who find the calibrations amazing, or have 2 point issues with them, such as reddish hue. I think that may be a panel variation on larger size panels, variance from mine, not variance from"correct". More reason to push people to spend the $100-150USD on a meter for the free HCFR software.FYI,
You must have a very unique panel because your Bias adjustments for the 2pt calibration seem way off. I never have had to adjust them more than a couple of clicks + or -. Your adjustments are huge and when you have to make large adjustments like that i'm always suspicious that there you have a panel that's out of spec or something is wrong with your calibration setup. You said you calibrating with Local Dimming set to High? You should be calibrating with it OFF then when you adjust it to Low, Medium or High, the set will make the correct offsets. This is from Sony.
As for calibrating with local dimming off...if you calibrate with local dimming off, you end up with a few issues if you plan to watch the TV with local dimming on. Firstly, if you calibrate for black compensated 2.2 gamma, meaning your gamma curve starts at your TV's actual black level reading, and not absolute 0.00000cd/m like an OLED, then when you turn on local dimming, your shadows will all DARKEN, and you would get black crush. This can also be seen on the RGB levels, as when I calibrate LD off, then turn LD on and take another sweep, my RGB 's not only all fall below the 100% line on HCFR, they do so in an inconsistent and awkward way. Now this may not be visible to most people, but it's definitely there, so I calibrate how I watch. Other things that will alter a calibration include BFI, or motion clearness settings. Not sure why, but they mess with the shadows as well.
I've also been playing around with HDR10 and HCFR, but I am seeing things that mean I don't know how to take HDR readings, or that the RGB is screwed up massively 10-50% when HDR10 is active. Sony says the gamma tracks up to HDR from SDR, but I am not seeing this so far.