Taken from a thread within these forums from a user who only recently traded-up to ColourSpace from Calman, for JVC projector calibration:I just watched a movie this evening and it was fantastic. No issues with posterization or banding. I was very pleased. I am sure I could spend several more hours trying to figure out how to reduce the gamut in the projector's rec2020 mode, but I would loose some gamut, brightness, and contrast in the reduction to avoid the edge compression. Not to mention the hours I would spend doing it...
I know I still have a lot to learn, but I am really thrilled to have gotten an amazing result out of using ColourSpace.
I have done previous LUTs using other solutions, but I have had issues with them, which was what lead me to ColourSpace. I have learned more using ColourSpace because its flexibility also requires you to have little more understanding of the techniques you are applying. I have enjoyed that, but it has also got me asking questions and trying to understand the "why" of it. Ironically, the results I have gotten with the ColourSpace calibrations have been better than the other software solutions by their own metrics (the ColourSpace LUTs test better than then other packages LUTs using their own verification tests!).
The full discussion with another LightSpace/ColourSpace user can be seen HERE
Mob Boss at Light Illusion