For the record, the trial software download I mentioned above (Spectraview Profiler 4.1.9) is a different creature than the "SpectraView II 1.0.42" software I bought from NEC USA.
The NEC version has a different, somewhat simplified front end. The screen calibrations from both packages are very good. But in terms of print matching, using the "Photo Editing" target setting in the NEC version is my preference. For the same white point, gamma, and intensity the NEC version gives a screen image that is more my liking, ie. a more accurate representation of what my Epson7800 cranks out on Premium Luster in spite of the relatively high 140 cd/m2 screen brightness.