I have both the i1Display Pro and ColorMunki and that's what I'm doing as well. I can't justify the $1,500 for the i1Photo Pro 2, but I also don't always like canned profiles either, so I'm using the ColorMunki for print profiles. (For example, I found the canned profile for Canson BFK Rives to be way too warm.)
I was concerned about having the i1Profiler and ColorMunki Photo software on the same computer, so I'm making the print profiles with ColorMunki Photo on a separate computer. It's a little bit of a nuisance, but I rarely need to create print profiles.