I profiled my monitor using Spyder Pro 3.0.4. I then upgraded to Photoshop to CS4 from CS3. When i view my images in ACR, or photoshop, the images look great. I color correct them etc....then save them to JPEG. When i view the JPEGS in, lets say, windows picture viewer, the images look warmer and the blacks looks somewhat crushed. I checked that the correct profile is the right default for windows (the one i used for the Spyder calibration). My typical workfow is to color correct in ACR, batch process to convert to JPEG. My question is: How do i get my photos in window based applications to match that of Adobe? I want to simply edit my photos in adobe and be able to send those to the lab to match what i saw during editing. Also, when i burn those images to DVD for clients, i want the clients to see as close to possible to what i am seeing (i know that they probably will not have a profiled monitor but i don't want the images to change to warm tents and crushed blacks). In my color settings in Adobe, it says: Settings: North America General Purpose 2 RGB: SRGBIEC61966-2.1 CMYK: U.S WEB COATED (SWOP) V2 GRAY: DOT GRAIN 20% SPOT: DOT GRAIN 20% RGB: PRESERVE EMBEDED PROFILES CMYK: PRESERVE EMBEDED PROFILES GRAY: PRESERVE EMBEDED PROFILES How can i acheive consistant colors in ADOBE, Windows, and for my Lab? Thank you so much for your help!