After agonizing a long time, I have a new system. Now, how do I accurately calibrate my monitor to my Epson 7800?
I purchased the NEC monitor calibration hardware when I bought the monitor. I have since calibrated my monitor with it. I am not going to buy a Huey, or anything similar. So I guess that I need to go online and find a company that offers a downloadable test print. After downloading, I need to print it and send it to the company. They will in turn (for money) send me a profile for my printer.
You don't "calibrate" a display to a specific printer. Its output (printer) agnostic. And I sure hope you got the NEC software and a supported instrument and not trying to use the huey. That said, the target calibration for luminance and white point are based on how you'll view the prints next to the display. Then you need good output profiles for the 7800, using Epson papers, they were installed for you with the Epson driver.