Like I said, please continue the discussion with the professionals at X-Rite. They are the ones that designed and built the instruments and pretty much know much more than you when it comes to the instruments. If you cannot understand the specs of the instruments, then I can't help you but maybe the professionals at X-Rite may be able to further assist you with your discussions and concerns. Kevin at Tech Support maybe able to help you understand the instrument, what it is, what is does, what can do, what it can't do, and its uses...
Oh I have no concerns - you're the one that jumped in here and told me that my i1 pro isn't a spectroradiometer. When I defended that claim with solid references and explanation, you decide to leave the conversation. Sound familiar?
I have no doubt that as a CRT technician you're awesome, but when you make claims such as:
The native color space in all the three default reference points of the GDM-FW900, the F520, the C520, and all Premier Pros monitors is Adobe 1998. The sRGB is for reference and it is so far off when the white balance completes the process that becomes irrelevant for color accuracy and matching.
If sRGB is your preferred color space, then you may be able to custom set the calibration parameters in WinDAS/WinCATs by programming these new parameters into one of the pre-set reference points, and then perform the white point balance with the spectrophotometer set to read those specific values and obtain results to delta E of +/- 0.005%. I have done this procedure in trial runs with success.
you come across as pretty clueless when it comes to basic colorimetric concepts.