How your monitor matches the prints isn't a very good indicator of how well a profile is made. I think you would be better off re-calibrating your monitor to a different white point to match the Pixel Genius profiles, considering how meticulous those from Pixel genius were made.
Hi Wayne, all
This is quite interesting.
I just bought a R2880.
My monitor is profiled with ColorMunki, with a D50 target, but I also use the function that reads the ambient light.
I have to say that the epson profiles for both the Luster and EFP papers were printing with a slight yellow/warm cast.
Not ugly, but noticeable.
When I created the paper profiles with Colormunki, the difference is gone.
Whatever is left is due to the paper being more/less yellow between luster and efp.
I cannot believe my humble CM is better than professionals.
Could it be that if you use the same colorimeter for both monitor and paper, it applies the same "errors" ?