There are many threads on monitor calibration, but I have not found one that addressed my specific question. So I have had quite a few problems printing at places because my monitor does not apparently have the right calibration. I have the Dell 30 inch monitor and I am using Vista. I simply need to calibrate this monitor to show correctly, or as best as possible, and sync this with the Costco printers so that the pictures are printed with the colors as I see them on my monitor. Does anyone know how to do this? I don't need an ultra expensive monitor calibrator that syncs a home printer, gives me a ton of extra features, etc. I just want one that does the job well on my own printer and can sync with the Costco printers. I have splurged on buying a nice computer setup, so if I must get the top of the line monitor calibrator then so be it. I just wanted to ask if there was a cheaper way and how to calibrate with the Costco printers. Any help greatly appreciated.