Hi all, Up to now I've normally not bothered doing anything with the colour profile settings on the screen, printer or anything. The camera is set up to use sRGB colour space (I know it should be Adobe RGB, I'll change it when I use it next, honest! ) The monitor is a Sony M 520 22" CRT, set to "professional" mode. I tried loading a colour profile for the monitor but it just whacked up the brightness an awful lot, making everything washed out. I tried setting up PSP colour profiles to use the monitors and printers colour spaces, did a print out but the on screen image and monitor image are way out, the on screen image is far too bright and washed out. Its 100% better if I don't have any profiles loaded anywhere...? The colour is slightly out (when nothings loaded anywhere) and thats all I want to correct really. Does anyone have a URL to a web page somewhere taking me through the steps to do this properly, and what I have to set and where? Things I can change... 1. The monitor has its own settings in its OSD menu where I can set sRBG or normal or (other things) 2. The PC has its display settings where I can set a colour profile 3. PSP7 has its own settings where I can set <nothing> or the monitors profile, and a printer profile, and a proofing profiles... 4. The monitor also has a calibrate function in its OSD but I've never bothered reading what this actually does... Doh!