Thought I'd throw this out just in case anyone had a suggestion. I've been scanning a bunch of CD case art obscure enough that I can't find a good one on the web, to tidy up my iTunes library. I have a Canon MP620 wireless all-in-one. The scans have mostly come out very nice--I usually need a slight hue adjustment (+5) in Photoshop to get the color to match perfectly, but otherwise saturation and hue is fine across the spectrum. ...except hot pink. The couple of things I've scanned that have bright neon pink on the cover (flat areas of artwork) come out with the pink looking way desaturated. It's bad enough that it's impossible to correct for with simple hue/saturation controls. Anybody have any idea why this might be? Is it a hardware issue, something in the scanner driver, or do I have something set wrong? (I've tried most combinations of auto/manual color adjust, and it doesn't make any difference, though manual usually comes out better.) I'm viewing on a new 27" iMac screen that I've done a ColorSync calibration on (no hardware calibrator, though), so I'm assuming it's not an issue with my monitor or calibration on that end. The results are the same on a 17" MBP as well.