The RGMCMY settings for the calibrated Natural picture mode are as shown in the screen shot below.
For the Quick calibrated Dynamic picture mode the factory default settings (all zero) were used for the RGBCMY adjustments.
Grey Scale: The measured grey scale values for 10 IRE (near black) are not expected to be as accurate as for the higher levels and is not shown above. The LS9600e, like many other projectors including Epson UB series, only has adjustment for gain and offset for the 3 primary and 3 secondary colors. This limits the ability to calibrate the grey scale for color temperature that remain constant at 6500K across all IRE levels.
Gamma: The default gamma setting was a little lower, with an average of 2.19, than I like for a projector with a high native contrast. Therefore, during the calibration I changed the default gamma value, found under the Advanced picture settings - gamma menu, from 0 to -1 in order to increase the gamma. The resulting gamma averaged 2.27 from 20 IRE to 100 IRE and varied between 2.25 and 2.30 over this same range. A calibrator has the option of making more specific gamma corrections using the projector's custom gamma adjustments, where it should be possible produce whatever gamma value or curve is desired.
Contrast Adjustment: The 809 calibrated lumens reported above for Natural picture mode are with the projector's contrast adjustment set to 0. For my own use I would lower the contrast setting to -3 in order to display whiter-than-white levels - i.e., a little above the video standard reference white level of 235. This reduces the calibrated lumens a little to 767.