Last week I rented a ColorMunki Photo and used the supplied software to calibrate my monitor and papers. This question pertains to the monitor profiles it generated.
-Using graphing software such as Gamutvision and DocBee's ProfileManager I noticed that the monitor's gamut extended all the way to the bottom just like the reference sRGB. Now I know that my LCD does not have perfect blacks. Does that mean that the sRGB color space has a limited contrast ratio that my monitor covers?
-Where if anywhere can I read the contrast of my profiles? I'm suspecting that this was not encoded by the ColorMunki Photo software.
-Soft proofs of papers in Photoshop with "simulate paper color" checked are way too washed out (black point raised too high). Is this the result of inaccurate / nonexistent encoding of the black point of the monitor profile?
-Assuming the answer to the above questions confirm my suspicions, what alternative software should I use to produce a proper monitor profile for accurate paper soft-proofing? I'm looking at dispcalGUI for Argyll CMS, is that going to do a better job?