Thanks, I am hoping to figure it out with a little help along the wayI use a Lumagen Radiance 2041 with a JVC X500 in autocalibrate mode, but it still requires some basic level pre calibration setting up. It is however much easier than spending hours trying to manually calibrate the projector like I used to with my HD350 (RS10). My 2041 can correct at 21 greyscale/gamma points and 729 colour points.
If you really have no clue about calibration, then it could still be a frustrating exercise: I learnt how to do it manually first, then progressed to Chromapure/Lumagen autocal later.
It's an easy way of sorting out the typical JVC gamma droop and getting a very accurate picture using a decent sensor (as opposed to using JVC autocal, which relies on a more budget, less accurate sensor).