Amongst all the pain expressed about the glossy screens on the new iMac, is it actually possible to calibrate a glossy screen for decent colours? I'm a photographer and have been waiting for a couple of months to get the new iMacs I knew were coming, and now they're glossy! I've been into an Apple store and they look good, but the colours are appalling - oversaturated, too contrasty, just terrible! Great for happy snappers, but no use for a photographer needing at least a vaguely accurate idea of what the photos look like. I looked at my own website to make sure I was looking at pictures I know, and barely recognised them! The reflections won't be a problem for me the way my office is set up, but is it possible to get a glossy screen calibrated to give acceptable results? Some way of turning down the saturation and contrast? Or should I just rush out and buy a discounted previous generation iMac while I still have the chance?