OK here's the deal... I've been using an LCD monitor for a while now and I use the Spyder II for calibration. Sometimes the prints I order, don't look like how I expect them too...but I haven't tried using printer profiles etc. What I really don't like is how the display looks different depending on the angle I'm looking at it. If I'm having a hard day, I might be slouching and the display looks different than if I'm sitting up straight. So anyway, I procured a fairly nice (& large) CRT monitor that I used to use at work. I've set them both up on my home computer and my plan was to edit images on the CRT because the display always looks the same. I used the Spyder II, to calibrate the CRT and it looks drastically different than the LCD (which I didn't calibrate but it looks similar to how it was last time I calibrated it). I tried a quick test and opened an image and edited it on the CRT. When I drag it over to the LCD side it looks way, way over cooked with too much contrast and saturation. Alternatively, an image edited on the LCD looks dull and flat on the CRT. I did let the CRT warm up for close to an hour before I calibrated it...it did look really dull before calibration and still looks somewhat dull afterward. I'm wondering if it's suffering some ill affects from not being used for the last several months. I guess the real test will be when I have prints made...but for now, I'm somewhat perplexed as to what's going on. Any ideas or insights?