I bought a Spyder2Express to calibrate my Lenovo L220x display (22", 1920x1200, PVA). Followed exactly the procedure as described in the instructions: 1. disabled all gamma and display adjustment software, 2. set the LCD to factory defaults, 3. switched on the LCD for almost one hour so that it would reach the right temperature, 4. darkened the room and switched on the light (you have to calibrate the display with your usual illumination settings), 5. placed the display in a covered place so that the roof lamp does not shine directly on it and 6. ran the calibration software. After the calibration the monitor was too dark and had by far too much contrast and saturation. The colours were not significantly different from how I had set the monitor manually before buying the Spyder2Express. Actually I could not see any difference at all, except that now there was too much contrast and saturation and the blacks were squelched Could be a gamma problem, although 2.2. should be the right gamma for this monitor. Any suggestions what I might try?