Firstly, on your monitor calibration, you may be better off with L* or 2.2 gamma setting. Test it and see if you get a better screen to print match - but not for profiling targets - read on. Secondly, when printing with matte media especially, unless you are can use a softproof with full paper simulation activated, you will not see a proper screen to print match. This is not possible with i1Profiler, and in any case not really necessary for printing profiling targets. Thirdly, i1Profiler does not necessarily play nicely with the new line of Canon Pro printers for printing profiling targets. You would be best advised to use Canon's Print Studio Pro Plugin with "No Color Correction" selected in its color settings, and select the chart with 2033 patches. This should provide a target that the spectro will read and the software will convert to a profile successfully.