You are doing everything correctly as you have outlined in the first two paragraphs.
I do the exact same thing for my NEF files.
If you apply this preset during the import process, there is no "undo", just "change". However, all you need to do is change the selected profile in the "calibration panel" if you so desire.
Yes, I would leave the "process version" checked in the preset. The values mean different things in the different versions.
While you may not record the process version in the preset, the process version is recorded in the edit history of the image.
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You probably would want to include the process version. If you want to remove this preset from several images just highlight all of the images you want to remove it from and turn on autosync and click the undo button. But I think you're stressing out a little too much. If it turns out that you want to make some modifications later on because of the new version or whatever, all you have to do is click on the preset to apply it and make any adjustments. Then right-click on the preset and choose to update to the current settings and it's all taken care of. Don't worry about it. You aren't locked into anything. You can always make adjustments later.
Thank both of you for helping me with this. I didn't know about the last two procedures for removing or updating the preset. I really didn't know how this went because I have not had 100% time to study all that was in my books. I've covered much, but not autosync and I didn't think of finding a right click menu with develop presets! Thank You Very Much for the help. I wouldn't be able to operate this program without the help of others. Thank You So Much again!