Hello, I've recently switched to mac with the 15" MBP matte display. So far I like it very much, except for one thing: the colour profile. I found that the default one was very washed out (in contrast) and did not render well some colours. For instance, a web page that I visit frequently has a #8888ff background. On my old pc and on another old mbp 15" matte (2007), that colour is blue while on my new one it is more purplish (see it at http://www.colorpicker.com/). Moreover, I don't see anything at all on the white saturation test (http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/white.php) for 249-254 and I have some slight flickering in the inversion test for 4a/4b (http://www.lagom.nl/lcd-test/inversion.php). So, after unsuccessfully trying to calibrate the display with the Calibrator Assistant, I searched through the forum and found the MBP15-9CA3 Native 22 profile which helped with the contrast (although my screen is a 9CB1) and the 249/250 became visible in the white saturation test. Then I played with SuperCal and made my profile. That didn't help much with the purple effect. So, I have a set of questions: 1. What profile do you use for the matte display ? 2. Do you see my colour as more purple or more blue ? 3. What should I do ? Thanks!