The settings (listed below) that we ended up with for the H9080FD provide a truly excellent grayscale result (which is evident in the final projected image, even if other issues resulted in particularly inaccurate photo shoot results that poorly duplicate what was seen on the screen. With a total range of temperatures of less than 140K, that's about as tight, and dead on, as any calibration we've done in a year or more, and far better than most (typical for our level of calibration is 300K - 450K over the range, with few having less than 200K range. The average across the range is just less than 6550K (compared to an idea 6500K), and that's extremely close to ideal!
Note that we used the Standard color temp setting, which, while a bit cool (too high), is still the closest to the ideal 6500K. The Warm setting is way low - (white at 5754K as indicated above), is pretty much on the mark for black and white movies (5800K), although the color temp for lower ranges than 100IRE come in below 5800K, so result in a bit too warm grays. The Cool, and Cooler color temps are too cool, with Cooler, being way, way, over the top (over 11,000K), and basically terrible. Even Cool, is too cool by a good bit, but can be calibrated downward. None the less, Standard (calibrated) is where you want to be!