There are various editing spaces with various white points and TRC's. Popular editing spaces like sRGB and Adobe RGB base on illuminant D65 and gamma 2.2, ProPhoto, ECI v1 and (in a matter of sense) CMYK base on D50 and gamma 1.8, and ECI v2, L*a*b base on D50 and L*. In case of high-bit LUT panel it's optimal to calibrate it to TRC of commonly used color space to avoid banding. So for example - I've made two calibration targets for my NEC: D55 gamma 1.8 for pre-press work, and D65 gamma 2.2 for internet etc., calibrated and profiled my display for each of them, and switch them every time I need.
Thank you for clarification. At this point the concept is similar to a department store shopping style. A user may try as many parameters/calibrations as s/he wants. Till the user says - I want this to take with me - no financial transaction is going to occur.
While we mostly expect that people will tune calibration parameters (white point, black point, TRC and so on) to achieve better quality and better print match rather then editing space match, your scenario should work just fine.