The profile we've included in the V-One is detailed in the chart below:
The 'Set Temperature' is what we tell the V-One to heat to, to account for the temperature lag between the thermistor and the PCB. The 'Target Temperature' is the temperature we want at the surface of the PCB. The Holding Time / Ramp Rate is set specifically for the V-One, to get steady and even temperature increase across the PCB.
For your reflow oven, I'd start with the 'Target Temperature' settings, with the standard Holding Time and Ramp Rate. From there, see how well and how quickly your oven reproduces the target temperatures, and adjust from there.
The reflow profile goes from Ramp Up -> Soak -> Temperature Spike -> Cool Down.
Let me know how it goes!