I did this for the Macbook Pro's a while back, but I'm a Macbook guy now. There are a few other threads with profiles but it's no good if you use a profile made from a different panel than what you have. I'm just trying to consolidate things here. I will try to keep this post current; please only submit profiles created from hardware, not those done by human eye (meatware?) And be sure to say which panel the profile is for. Thanks to everyone for contributing and improving the Macbook experience! How to determine your panel type/code How to install and use color profiles Basic tests to determine if a profile is a good fit: Black level White level Gamma 9C89 (LG) See attachment (rezonat0r-9c89.zip) Spyder3 Pro. 2.2 Gamma, Native and 6500K whitepoint. I recommend using the Native whitepoint. See attachment (rezonat0r-9c89-alt.zip) Spyder3 Pro. 2.2 Gamma, Native whitepoint. This is an alternate profile made from another Macbook with the LG panel. It is similar to the previous but slightly darkerjessica's profile Spyder2 Pro. 2.2 Gamma. Native whitepoint (I think - not confirmed) 9C8C (AU Optronics) See attachment (rezonat0r-9c8c.zip) Spyder3 Pro. 2.2 Gamma. I only did a calibration at native whitepoint (honestly, if you really need 6500K then you won't be using a Macbook screen, or any laptop screen for that matter) 9C8A See attachment (rezonat0r-9c8a.zip) Spyder3 Pro. 2.2 Gamma. Native whitepoint.