@P McG we used DuraSeal Quick-Coat. It's a semi-transparent stain so it really let the details in the red oak stand out. Our flooring guy mixed up the blends himself and we ended up doing two coats. Our stain ended up richer looking in person than this color chart shows, but this is a good starting point! Your flooring contractor should be able to make whatever adjustments he needs to get exactly what you want...it might just be a matter of how long to let the stain sit, a second coat, etc. We really love the way it turned out.
love this color
I couldn't turn the picture but you can at least get an idea of what my red oak flooring looks like with a light stain. It is red oak (clearly you can see that), but I do like the look... it is warm and our house looked a little cold after we remodeled. This is red oak with 2 coats of Bona Nordic Seal (3 coats and it looked blue). It was topped with three coats of the Bona Ultra Matte (I think that is what it's called).