So, I now have EIZO E120 Color Edge monitor and Color Munki Photo. The profiles that I have created appear to be very dark, the colors don't seem totally off, but the white areas have a intense cyan cast. This looks much different then what I am seeing during soft proofing, which leads me to believe that it's a print option that I am/not choosing. I've tried to optimize the print profile that I created, but got a similar result. Maybe someone would recognize an incorrect step that I have taken.
First off, I'm working in a fairly dark room, similar to a movie theatre while you are waiting for previews(this was the recommendation on the Munki tutorial) with no direct light on the screen. For Screen Calibration, I chose LCD monitor, Advanced, Luminance Level 120(?!), Target White PT. D65(Default), I measured the Ambient Light at 33.05 LUX and adjusted the Display to the reccomendation of 80.00
The print profile was created for an Epson 9800 Printer and I followed the Color Munki steps as they recommended. The file is from a 4x5 negative, scanned on a Flextight x5.
Print steps- Within 1998 color settings, I Allow Photoshop to manage colors, apply Color Munki Profile that I created for the specific Epson Premium Luster 260 paper, Black Point Compensation checked, Perceptual Intent, no color management. . Any information would be greatly appreciated. Many Thanks