This z3200 thing is probably a subject of a separate thread. But just a quick update because I feel it is quire relevant to the topic. I have ran i1Profiler (i1P)in DEMO mode and it allows to export its Color Charts in PM5 compatible format (.txt).
I exported a 17xx patches chart from the i1P and successfully imported it into z3200 via Color Center, so I could print it and measure using the z3200 capabilities. I did not go farther then making z3200 to generate a TIF from it but see no showstoppers. It took a 24x24 inch space on a 24-inch paper roll. But talk about convenience and reliability of measurements
Z3200 is also capable of exporting the measurements in PM5 format, so there will be no problem importing it back into i1P for profile creation. Looks like profiling a z3200 for non-OBA papers with i1P is a piece of cake.
Now the best part (for z32xx owners), if one is to re-measure the same target with i1Pro non-UV-cut (manually) he would have the second set of data and combining them together with UV-cut data from z3200 will make a nice and cheap profiling solution for OBA-loaded papers.