Having lots of fun with my shiny new Dell 2405FPW monitor. But I can't help feeling that, even though it's never going to be anywhere near perfect, it could look a bit better than it does, simply by tweaking the monitor controls (brightness, contrast, R, G and B intensities) and the standard Windows colour management settings (gamma and per-channel gamma, etc.) What options exist to callibrate a monitor without spending significant amounts of money on it? I'm mostly looking for a way of making digital photos display a bit more accurately. If I mess about with a picture in Paint Shop Pro and then take to an external photo printing shop then, assuming the external printing shop is set up properly, I want the final printed photo to look roughly the same as it did on the screen. For example, at the moment (I think) the monitor is making colours too saturated, so if I made the picture look right on my screen, it would come out looking faded when printed. I would consider a dedicated hardware solution, but I don't want really to spend a huge amount of money - £10, £20, maybe £30. Free would be good. At the moment I'm not interested in synching with my own colour printer, as it's too old to be accurate anyway(!). What are my options?