The first image reminds me of the Beamswork FSPEC, which I like. I've transitioned to a Twinstar SA, which I like better for somewhat increased reds and overall color density. However, I now have them sitting side-by-side and the combination is very appealing as well, better than the FSPEC alone. In your two white light photos, in the sequence of photos, they still look more like the FSPEC, but the one on the left is drifting more to my preference for a little heavier red (not quite Twinstar, though). In the large first photo, that deep red puck does seem to approach a better look (to my taste) in the middle. Perhaps increasing the number of red pucks would warm it up more.
Of course, photos can make it hard to visualize the depth of color. I've wondered if a pure white 'control' were placed in the corner of our photos, e.g.; a 2" white square, for white balancing aspects, would help standardize views for comparative purposes.
OK I'm forced to rewrite my answer which was long and picture heavy and VERY frustrated why my computer erases for no apparent reason my post..
This site UNLIKE many doesn't save drafts here (it will on a phone though but limited abilities). Anyways enough of that..
11881K cyan pattern
5323K red pattern
(from lumiled tools)
The 2 variations vs different "action spectrums Intensity is not calibrated. Nm may not be "exact" but bloody close to expected.
MANUF plot of the white line one above. For reference.
Some reason "my" spectrophotometer seems to be under -reporting yellow/green.
Not sure exactly why atm. Manuf says its "OK"..
Inexpensive unit though not cheap.
MANUF data of the 3 red
Of note is the horrible "red" (R9) number..Odd isn't it.
Just doesn't match the patch yet.. really red.
USE grey of the wand as a "white card"
There is plenty of red but unf. only place in this photo I can prove that is the bronzing.
Seneye record of the cyan one (over a test tank so don't freak out about the temp)
Baseline red puck.
Just use the grey as a tone indicator.
Again actuality the difference between the 2 is strictly a cyan/deep red ratio.
Guess my question is which would one prefer to start with before tweaking.
Personally my feelings lie in-between the 2 and easily accomplished by breaking my cardinal rule of 1 channel 1 color.
And I've pretty well fixated on only 5 channels.
It's a challenge and time/money consuming..