Well, i have been struggling this past week trying to get my color in photoshopped JPEG's to look good on different computers and I couldnt really figure out why. They would always look good on my computer in photoshop, and usually really bad soon as I would view them somewhere else. I messed around with the color profiles and im using sRBG now. But that still didnt fix things. Now, I just discovered that when I set Photoshop to use "monitor RGB" with "proof colors" it pretty much worked like magic and my pictures look much much better. Before, my pictures would have more of a yellow cast to them and be alot brighter. Then when saved as a JPEG and viewed elsewhere that yellow cast would turn red, thus, throwing off all my colors. My saturation would look terrible and my pictures would look alot darker also. wierd.. BUT! I heard somewhere that "monitor RGB" shoudnt be used as a workspace when editing photos! GAH!! Any ideas why? Why would my photos look better in this setting? Does it mean my monitor is crap or something? I have been messing around with photoshop for days, and as you can see im still up and its 4:21 in the morning! haha. Thanks!!