Drift is a patch added every 'nn' frames.https://www.lightillusion.com/profiling_manual.html#patch_sequence
So 100 will add a Drift patch every 100 patches.
And the default value (240) is a good choice.https://www.lightillusion.com/profiling_manual.html#drift_compensation
Anisometric is always better.
We rarely use Sequential for anything, other than for some 'testing'...
For suggested probe settings see the i1D3 Notes section here.https://www.lightillusion.com/i1_display_pro.html
Frequency is likely better with most LCD displays.
And Intelligent Integration should be set to be just above the level where the probe readings are reliable and stable, and where it will not extend the overall profiling time too much..
1 nit is a good value for most applications.
Interesting info on the need to use a different colour space for Colornavigator...
But also very interesting that your specific display looks to be extremely volumetrically linear!
Probably one of the best Eizo displays with respect to volumetric colour linearity I have ever seen.
All points are with 1dE of the display's native gamut, as ColourSpace shows.
That really is very good!
But one thing the Colornavigator calibration isn't managing well is the excessive blue cast to the shadow colours...