I'm looking at laptops. I've ruled out Mac's because I don't feel I need to drop 50% more cash because it looks pretty. I'm not even really into the new mac design anyways. I've already owned one, and while I love the OS, I don't think its worth the additional cost. So, I'm looking specifically at Sony VAIO's and Dell Studio laptops. More specifically the Studio 15 with the Intel GMA gpu and 4 gigs of RAM, and the VAIO NW series with the ATi HD 4570 gpu, and otherwise the same specs as the Dell and runs about $50 more. Does anyone have any experience with the screens on these guys? Can you calibrate them to any degree? Are they comparable or does one stand out against the other? Is there any other laptop (excluding macbook pro's) that have a quality enough screen that one could actually do some decent editing on it? I want a 15-16" specifically because it seems like its a good trade off between portability and usability. My budget is around $800. Oh, and I've been a semi computer nerd for about 12 years now, so use all the geek gibberish you want. Summary: I need a laptop with a good enough screen so it can be calibrated in the $800 range.