Hi all, I have a quick question that is doing my head in. I'm having an issue getting colours to match in my Lightroom-exported JPEGS vs. what I'm seeing on the web. Some background: 1. I edit my RAW exactly as I like it and export from LR2 to the web with sRGB; things look desaturated on the web (Safari, so it's colour managed) vs. LR 2. I take the same RAW and export three separate JPGS, one each in ProPhoto RGB, AdobeRGB, and sRGB. Import these to PS CS4, and they all look exactly the same as each other AND exactly as they looked in LR2. Export them to the web with sRGB, and they all look the same on the web, but are desaturated vs. what they looked like in PS and LR2. 3. I take the ProPhoto RGB, Adobe RGB, and sRGB files I originally exported from LR2 and upload them directly to the web without any changes in colour space; the ProPhoto and Adobe RGB files look terrible, while the sRGB file looks as it did in 1. and 2. above, but still desaturated vs what it looked like in LR2. My question: how the heck do I get my web output to match my screen output? I assume this is a screen calibration issue; my guess is that in LR and PS, my uncalibrated MBP screen is mapping my JPEGS to a particular colour space based on the default calibration of my screen, while the browser is trying to force the JPEG to display in the sRGB colour space, which is not exactly the same as my calibration. Am I in the ballpark here? I just want the colours I see in LR2 or PS to look the same as those I see on the web in a colour-managed browser (and preferably in a non-managed browser like IE). Help???