Ok, so I did a search on this, but I can't find the answer. I calibrate my monitor with the Spyder 2 every 2-3 weeks. My client's photos look GREAT on my monitor, but when I upload them to the proof viewer they look washed out on everyone else's monitor. Since 99% of the world takes their monitor out of the box and starts using it....this is what 99% of the world sees. If I have one more customer call me and tell me that the photos look really washed out, I'm going to close my business. I've had it. The prints from Bay Photo come back looking great--but if they don't look good on the screen, then customers won't order--thus, never seeing how great the prints look. Maybe I should just forget the calibration and edit my photos on a non-calibrated monitor. (just kidding) What am I doing wrong? Someone please help.