Chagrined to report extreme copy variance:
(oscillations split to .0005 between, otherwise left to 3 decimals with added insignificant extra 0)
copy1/copy2 sRGB 120 cd/m^2 NEC PA 241W:
WP .3130/.3135, .3300,.3300, 118.07/118.55
R .6400/.6405, .3290/.3285, 24.66/24.74
G .3005/.3000, .5995/.6000, 85.20/85.40
B .1520/.1520, .0605/.0610, 8.63/8.65
copy1/copy 2 Native 120 cd/m^2 NEC PA 241W:
WP .3140/.3140, .3280/.3280, 119.00/118.90
R .6790/.6790, .3080/.3080, 30.63/30.59
G .2075/.2075, .6925/.6925, 80.45/80.46
B .1520/.1520, .0530/.0535, 7.88/7.89
Granted it is only a sample size of two, however, I sure don't see any signs for copy to copy worry so my results fits in fine with Dry Creek's larger sample finding that the copy to copy variation is very low. Looks great, at least far as copy to copy variation goes. (too bad the accuracy is 350dE off though
kidding, it appears likely that it may be better than DTP94b, i1 Pro or custom NEC i1D2).
I will post standard gamut HDTV results later.