The default factory mode has the primary locations under 3dE (as measured by NEC puck in SVII). (I got R .639,.325,25.11; G .301,.602,86.64; B .152,.063,9.25; W .307,.324,119.6; only the red y and blue luminance are really much off at all perhaps they are adapted to the cooler white point?)
The default tone response curve seems to be very close to the sRGB standard.
The default WB in all the factory presets appears to be somewhat cool though at (as measured by the NEC puck again) .307,.324 instead of .3127,.3290.
Aside from the WB the factory preset mode appears to be excellent.
Not sure how much of the error comes from the factory preset and how much from the NEC puck.
Anyway you can also use Multiprofiler combined with SVII to take measurements to program a custom mode into Multiprofiler that uses the sRGB tone curve, doing that I got the measured WB just about right on and the R,G,B primaries: R 0.3dE G 0.7dE B1.6dE (these include not just xy but also Y luminance error as well). Of course the NEC puck might have some variance but anyway it seems you can program it to have a near perfect sRGB mode (barring your probe variance). And this is all entirely internal, so it works even with non-managed stuff.
You can also use a gamma 2.2 (it measures just about a straight line along 2.2) instead of sRGB to make a TV/disc/game mode.
I didn't measure grayscale so I'm trusting the dE are all reasonable low for it, I don't see obvious signs of troubling coloration.
Few actual sRGB monitors do better.
(I haven't found a way to get the HDTV standard tone response curve along with calibrated WB at the same time though, I trust they will offer that curve as a selectable option for full calibration with both utilities in the future. Although it's not a huge loss in that very, very, very few sets ever get calibrated that way, almost nobody has a monitor or HDTV set that way (aside from perhaps a few calibrated to that standard using Calman).)
EDIT: I removed the stuff about compensation since the number were based on too few spots measured