As far as I know the Pantone Huey Pro works like this: First it tries to get the most out of the monitor by manipulating the color lookup table of the graphics adapter ("correction") and then it provides a display profile that describes the display in the corrected state.
Unfortunately enabling the correction screws up the colors in other applications, especially when I tilt back the screen. Because of that I usually turn on the correction when I work with images and switch it back off when I return to regular work.
I am willing to sacrifice some linearity when I can avoid switching it off and on all the time. Can I use the Huey to create a display profile that describes the uncorrected state of the display?