From what I know, an ICC profile is primarily used to see how an image will look when printed on a specific paper type by a specific printer. It's also my understanding that color calibration tools create a custom ICC for one's monitor/viewing device. So would I be correct to assume that a monitor's ICC isn't something you would use to softproof your image and then send to a printer? But since they're both ICC profiles do they work together (or need to be made to work together) somehow? I definitely missing something here, anybody able to help me figure this out?