I already tried out a Huey, but I tried two and both had the famous magenta cast, so I just returned for a refund. So now I have the Spyder2 Express. Definitely easy to use, but I'm not sold on its accuracy. On my home LCD, the color temperature looks way to warm - especially in the grays. They don't like gray to me at all. I thought maybe I was just used to how it looked before so I left for a couple hours and came back. It still looks way off to me! Not only that, but images viewed in Windows photo viewer looked different than they do in Photoshop - which has NEVER happened to me before. On my laptop screen, the colors are a bit warm, but my main issue is that blues end up turning purplish. Even more weird is the colors differ in Firefox vs. Safari. Does the logo at the top of this page have dark purple text to you? http://freshministries.org/ Because it sure looks that way to me now, and I definitely made it to be blue. What about this guy's shirt? http://www.flickr.com/photos/flibbajabba/2916881879/ purple? supposed to be bluish So I'm really frustrated now. My monitors were PRETTY well calibrated before - I just wanted to get the hardware to make some fine adjustments and be sure everything was 100%. Now I don't know what's right! AFAIK, I've disabled all software color adjustments, Adobe Gamma, other color profiles, etc. I take great care in making sure all color profiles in my applications are the same and that my colors look the same from screen to screen - now everything is out of whack. Any help? I'm going crazy!!!