Well a normal household bulb is about 2850 K and spectrally very close to illuminant A. I very much doubt that your modeling strobes are like this if they're in the 5k to 6k range.
The STROBE is 5k to 6k. The MODELING LIGHT is a normal household 100W light bulb. http://alienbees.com/b800.html
- I can switch from one to the other simply by turning off the Pocket Wizard on my camera, switch to Av mode on the camera, and then expose for the modeling light. Generally, it has the same light coverage as the strobe, just not as bright (and obviously a different color temperature).
BTW, if you're shooting under a fixed condition, which it seems like you're trying to do, then you're better off just using Tutorial 5 of the PE documentation and creating a single-illuminant profile. (You wouldn't gain anything in this case by using dual-illuminant profile.)
I'm not shooting in fixed conditions - nor am I trying to build a profile for a fixed condition. Tutorial 5 would obviously be the right answer for that. I'm interested in having one profile that I can use for the vast majority of situations - similar to how the previous (ie, currently non-beta) profiles worked w/ tweaking via Camera Calibration.