deejjjaaaa, you keep being rude without a reason.
You really should get some fresh air and realize that I'm only trying to help people by giving away something without asking anything back. I like to.
My profiles have been downloaded 20 times so far. Not a single thank you, but that's fine, really.
Trying to sum up your (meaningless?) interrogation, here's the deal.
Don't keep pushing that "you-think-you-know-more-than-Adobe-so-prove-it". It's quite puerile.
What you may have read too fast is the first line of my previous post. Adobe standard doesn't mean perfect colors as for the vast majority of users, right color doesn't mean best color. I 100% agree with that.
Photography is art before math.
Camera Raw itself was created to standardize the look&feel of the different makers and to better manage the colors that some camera manufacturers seemed to badly represent. Very badly.
I still haven't heard from a single Adobe employee that Adobe Standard is the most accurate profile color wise. Again, maybe it really shouldn't.
There are however a number of photographers (I'm one of them, the worst of them if you like) that like to profile their cameras to still start from a common base, but a different one. Not a pleasant compromise but a standard one. Standard doesn't mean perfect. CC24 is as standard as I need it to be.
As you know (do you?), custom DNG profiles are made based on existing ones. In this case "Adobe Standard". The 18 color patches are just a way to manipulate Adobe's effort to better match a specific sensor working with sort of gradients for a differential equation (math terms may be wrong, I'm trying to find the bast translation).
I may well upload all the DNG files I used to make the profiles but, why? You'd see a CC24 covering almost 95% of the frame. You can't see the light. At most you'd see the white balance.
The 2850K light is tungsten bulbs and the 6500K is sun light. There's little to add. No secrets here.
If you're not interest in this matter you may well apologize for the rudeness and help with other threads. I don't have to persuade you at all costs, really.