>You just didn't supply us with the Eizo screenshots containing the custom profile that makes the preview of the synthetic CC reddish.
I had meant to do this, but can now see, that #3 and 4 were useless, since they had the Samsung profile embedded.
So here are new screenshots with different profiles. All have the correct profile embedded, i.e. the shots of the Eizo were taken when the Eizo was the monitor holding the menu bar, and accordingly on the Samsung (it requires a restart of the system to make Grab recognize the shift and embed the correct profile).
All LUT profiles. Color Navigator does not seem to have an option for a matrix profile, and after some hours of fiddling with Argyll, I take a break from that. In the end, I want a LUT profile anyway.
In the vcgt panel, all profiles have 100% straight lines in all 3 colors.
1- Preview on Eizo, gamma 2.2, WP target 6500K
2- Preview on Eizo, L*, WP target 6500K
3- Preview on Eizo, L* with the native WP of the monitor. (~7000K)
4- Photoshop on Eizo, gamma 2.2, WP target 6500 K
5- Photoshop on Eizo, L*, WP target 6500K
6- Photoshop on Eizo, L*, with the native WP of the monitor. (~7000K)
7- Preview on Samsung, with the SyncMaster default profile.
8- Photoshop on Samsung, with the SyncMaster default profile.
9- Preview on Eizo, default profile
10-Photoshop on Eizo, default profile
My first observation, that led me to start the topic, was invalid because my comparison was based on a damaged profile on the Samsung side.
Now, with the SyncMaster default profile, compared to all Eizo profiles, my picture when comparing the screenshots is this:
All look good (that is: close to the physical chart in Solux light) overall when displayed on the Samsung. Photoshop has the edge in that it avoids the oversaturation of red in patch 2/3. Patch 2/1 is very slightly reddish in all. All fail to render the purple in patch 2/2.
When displayed on the Eizo, all look so muddy overall that the rest is not worth while.
It makes no difference if I choose a profile with 100 rather than 80 cd/m^2 max luminance (no screenshots of this). Even with the default SyncMaster profile on the Samsung, there is still a good brightness match of Desktop light gray, both visually and by Lab numbers. (Samsung: 87.045/0/0, Eizo: 86.981/0/0). The Eizo looks more reddish, but the Digital Color Meter obviously can not see it.
Do I have to return the screen??
Good light! - Hening.