Hello! I've just found a color profile that I really am very happy with for my 2013 Air's LG screen. Big thanks to pinktank's post in this thread: http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1603290 My problem now is that the color becomes awful in comparison when I have video playing in iTunes, and not quite as bad but still downgraded if I play a video in VLC or MPlayerX. Trying to find a cause or solution, it seems like others who've had similar issues on other Mac models blame graphic switching(?), but my knowledge about that ends here. I guess my 2013 Air doesn't have graphics switching because there is no mention of it in my settings' Energy Saver options. A solution that some mentioned in similar threads was gfxCardStatus http://gfx.io but that doesn't seem to be compatible with the Air. So if the video is playing in iTunes, it looks great if there is any on-screen-display (play, pause, etc) overlaid on the video, or if subtitles are present. Moments when subtitles are not on screen, the color switches back to awful (ha!). My best solution if I want to watch a video in this better color profile calibration -- play the video in Preview mode and set that in full screen. But that's hardly the best solution and is very limiting to what I can watch. Not even legit-purchased iTunes video content can be viewed this way. There's got to be a way to fix this, otherwise this is just maddeningly limiting now that I'm very happy with my display's color for everything else. Any suggestions? All help is greatly appreciated. Thank you!