So, this is partially me thinking out loud and partially a question or two. I for one have not calibrated either of my computer monitors, but my question is, when a screen is calibrated so the colors look true on a print, or, throughout you work flow for that matter, what color temp light is that print to be viewed under. I would guess natural sunlight, but photos are seldom displayed outdoors. Also photos in exhibits or shows are typically light with halogen lighting. Another thing, a few years ago most people used incandescent lighting in their homes, but now, compact fluorescents have become very popular. Photos (everything) look different in each of these lighting situations. Secondly has anyone ever adjusted the white balance of a print intentionally wrong in order for it to look correct under given light? example- making a print that you know was going to be in an office with fluorescent tube lighting.