My friend is in the market to get a new Macbook and he asked me for help. He can't afford the MBP, but he's worried about the glossy screen on the Macbook because he's a photography major. Is anyone who does photography-related work working on a Macbook, and ONLY a Macbook? (i.e. no external monitor, etc.) If so, how are your photos? Do they have fairly accurate colors when printed or viewed on other monitors? (I realize that each monitor is calibrated differently, but most photos shouldn't look too different between different monitors, right?) I briefly played around with the calibration on the Macbook and I think I got it to look like the matte MBP, could he just use the Macbook calibrator and fix the screen that way? Or is it hopeless, and he should just find another laptop? Any help/tips would be appreciated. This isn't a question about glare, by the way.