The TRL calibration is much much easier on this model, the descriptions are pretty straight forward.
define the self made calkit parameters, measure the calkit TRL and the VNA will automatically perform the calibration calculations. Amazing!
The delays for the shorts and the thru can be zero. The delay for the line can be found by measuring the physical length of the line, in meters, and computing the time delay from delay=lenght/c=L (meters)/3e8 m/sec = delay in seconds. For X band (10 GHz) a quarter wave section is about 7.5 mm (0.0075 meters) and a delay of about 25 psec. The X band section in Agilent kits is about 32 psec, the difference being due to the no-linear phase vs frequency response of a waveguide causes the guides to be electrically longer at mid-band.; and a little error in the delay of TRL doesn't matter as the line's exact delay is computed as part of the calibration; you only need to be within about 30% of the correct answer for the most part. Do the cal, look a the delay after cal, and then reset it if it is too far off. If it is really far off, you will see some big 180 deg jumps in the phase response to clue you in.