I generally use LR to work with my RAW files. For pictures needing work in PS, they are usually sent directly to CS4 from LR. When I open a picture directly in PS, after going through Camera Raw I get the "Embedded Profile Mismatch" warning. In PS my profile is set to my monitor calibration profile. The camera is set to sRGB. Is this where the mismatch is coming from? In PS (under Color Settings) I have the drop-down Settings menu set for Monitor Color. I thought that it would be more accurate if the programs were displaying what the monitor is told to display. I'm completely clueless about color management. I did a search (mostly print problems and I'm not printing at home). Much goes over my head. I guess what I'd like to know is this: Should the Color Settings in PS be set for Monitor Color (where it does not allow me to preserve embedded profiles) or North America General Purpose 2 (which allows me a choice between preserving embedded profile and converting to the working space)? From there should I convert or preserve? So far I haven't noticed any problems in the color, but I haven't gotten any prints yet since I've been using the combination of LR and CS4.