I don't need decades of experience to see that a monitor has color cast or doesn't much a second monitor. I do also not need that kind of background, to see that a change of Instrument and/or software does change the outcome, and that's no anticipatory talk.
For the rest, as I told you, your critics are pointed at the wrong person, I am not a specialist and have no experience. You say different then the others (I gave you a whole list already), I don't mind, you still might be right, but chances are slim. That is what my professional experience is able to tell, as I spent decades in humanities. For the rest I am just not the right interlocutor.
I would be very pleased to follow your exchange with them. As my reason for writing here is to understand and learn. If you want to knock me down with years of experience, even though what you say goes against this or that view expressed here and there by others with decades of experience, than there is no reason to talk anymore.
Again, I would be pleased if these technical issues could be addressed in a civilized manner from now on.
P.S.: Very interesting that you do not address your points with Czornyj, whom I was quoting among others.
This is getting silly. You don't even have a NEC monitor yet you're basing your entire argument as if you have one right in front of you just because of what you're read on the internet. Lets be very clear, the slight differences these colorimeters make when used on an NEC system will not produce a "color cast." A slightly 'off' whitepoint does not a 'color cast' make.
I'm not saying I am different than anyone. I'm not saying anyone is wrong. What I'm saying.. more than a few times.. is that my i1d2 colorimeter makes a perfect to my reference color checker and it does it across both monitors. And I think it's more than silly to say NEC is approving colorimeters for their monitors and then telling its customers this one works great, this one works 'not so good', etc.. Either they meet their minimum specifications or they do not.
You're making several huge mistakes on this issue.
1. You're assuming the colorimeters will behave the same with NEC monitors as they have for your Eizo. Clearly, if you've read the material you posted.. you'd know they do not.
2. You're basing the defect of a "color cast" to a slightly inaccurate whitepoint. There are more than a few degrees between the two.
And you're being especially silly to think I'm going to have exchanges with anyone who wrote anything on the internet not directly addressing me in this thread. And yes, I've posted to Czornyi on several occasions and he's answered my questions on several occasions.
And do stop being silly about this not being civilized. We call that whining. No one has been rude to you or done anything but be very generous in taking time to help you. I told you when this started that the reason people don't respond to questions in this area is because the person asking the question usually isn't ready to be helped. They do exactly what you've done, they start many threads asking basically the same questions over and over again in different ways until they get the answer they 'think' they wanted in the first place.
To be blunt you're what I call a "Nervous Nelly" who wants all the answers set in stone up front. This isn't that type of subject..