So I'm wondering why two screens (a notebook, and a desktop screen) that have been color calibrated look totally different and if that is normal expectation? It is disturbing! A brief search on the web tells me - and I paraphrase: "this is to be expected - they are different manufacturers and they will never look the same." Really? I thought color calibration was meant to remove some of the variables to get some consistency... I don't do a lot of printing, but saw a lot of variation when I edited on my notebook screen and did send to printers (pros not mine). I do want to have some reference to know I'm providing a product with some consistency if my customer wants to print even though most of my work ends up on the web. Now if I use my notebook screen at all even after calibration, I don't think I can expect reliable results. Just thought the calibration would make the two screens look similar at least. The facts: Screen one: Asus N550JV notebook with a 1024 IPS screen - really nice screen as good as my MacBook pro. Screen two: Dell P2715Q desktop with a 4K resolution, brand new. Good reviews and 100% sRGB coverage Spyder Pro 5 - used per instructions (new to me) and repeated several times to check Datacolor says they are both spot on with the calibration, but the Dell is clearly warmer than the Asus, by a LOT. The web "experts" also say just ignore your crappy notebook screen and use the desktop for your reference and put your menus on the notebook.... what do you guys think?