I�m using Spyder2 from ColorVision to calibrate my CRT-display, hp 72. The calibrations result in a magenta cast equivalent to 6 steps in the green channel. My judgement is based on a number of test prints, with no color corrections applied, made by a professional lab. Furthermore colors in InternetExplorer look strange, especially skin tones. When I ask the manufacturer ColorVision about this, they reply: �if your monitor is calibrated with the Spyder2 to a target of Gamma 2.2 and 6500 Kelvin and you look on your prints (by using a norm light with the same color temperature) then you should match the colors between them.� I find it strange, though, that I should have to view my prints using a special lamp. If you ask me prints should normally be viewed in daylight. Any thougts on the subject? Or any similar experiences with Spyder2?