Well, I'm confused. Bought an Eizo CG241 monitor, need a calibrator tool for it because apparently colourmeters don't calibrate Wide Gamut displays correctly (something to do with the filters attached to the colourmeter). So I've just spent this morning on the phone to a company who specialise in this sort of field.
My understanding before getting on the phone was that a spectrometer is what I need, as it doesn't have the filter problem I just mentioned. But some people say that spectrometers aren't good at calibrating the lower registers (dark tones) of the monitor. This is what was conveyed to me on the phone too.
But what surprised me was that they told me they were at Eizo last week and calibrated their monitors using the little X-rite Eye one display 2. Apparently, i'm told, that it does a better job at calibrating than the i1 Pro (or Basic as it is now known).
So I'm back in the dark now.
Trouble is, everyone seems to have an opinion and the web is pretty bad for that too. If you want to find something out, sometimes you have to go and see for yourself.....