Thanks for your reply. I have already contacted Mr. Bingham and his asssociate. They made a few suggestions after reviewing the calibration results and suggested some alternative settings and reducing the light in the room but, unfortunately, those did not work. As best as I can tell, they think that the monitor is defective. However, I don't understand how that can be when I get a perfectly good image on the screen. and the prints are not too bad. It's just that the reds and oranges are out of control. This forum seems to attract sophisticated members so I thought I would see if anyone here had any ideas.
Have you tried leaving the monitor to 'warm-up' for at least 30 minutes before calibrating? Even LCDs need to warm up. Also, keep the monitor brightness to minimum and your target luminance to about 110 cd/m2. Its also possible that the calibrator itself is defective. Try find another calibrator and see if the results are the same. If so.. then it maybe the LCD itself.