I did follow multiple graphs while doing this last calibration, and this TV seems a little stubborn. D Nice was right about Low end granularity issues. When using that on the High Low, I was getting weird results on the final calibration, so don't touch those. It's weird to me because I was using those on the other program, but it was definitely showing up when using this, but then again, the results are different when using this. I'm going to use Mad Max Fury Road as an example for one of my testing scenes. There is a section where they are driving in the sand and the fire coming out of the cars always looked like they were added post production, they looked weird and fake, but now they actually look like they should naturally be there. It just looks natural now. That was always a problem scene for me. I was pretty excited to see that.Great.
Your results are now better because you have improved your knowledge about adjusting your particular display controls.
You have improved your knowledge about manual calibration by understanding all that useful info you get from multiple ColourSpace charts about how TV controls/settings affect panel performance.
So now you know more stuff about calibration generally