I have two computers. One is new, with an Acer flat-screen monitor. The other is old, with a Samtron CRT. Since my new computer doesn't have photo editing software, I do all of my cropping/resizing/etc. on the old computer. What I've noticed is that on the flat-screen monitor, the photos are bright and detailed. On the CRT, the photos are dark; in some cases far too dark. So my question is, when other people are looking at my photos online, are they seeing the image correctly (as it appears on my flat-screen) or too dark (as it appears on my CRT)? This is of great concern to me, since 99.99% of my photos are for eBay auctions, where detail is important. Here's an example. I shot this model railroad car with my Canon A95, using the camera's built-in light meter reading at normal exposure. Yes, it's a garbage photo; sorry. But the issue here is how it shows up on-screen. On my flat-screen, I can see all the detail: wheels, side rivets, ladder steps. On the CRT, all of those details are basically just black. The CRT is set to maximum brightness. The flat-screen is set to its factory settings. So my questions are two: first, is this photo too dark, or does it just look that way on my CRT? And second, how do I know which monitor's correct? Thanks, Dave.