Hi guys, I'm about to purchase a Dell U2410 and is looking for a calibrator to accompany it After spending $500 + Tax and Shipping on the monitor, my budget for the calibrator is REALLY tight (preferrably sub-$100). My requirement is simple - I just want to use both the built-in display on my MBP and the Dell at the same time and see the same color (or resonably close) on both. This is way more important to me than the "absolute" color accuracy. I also rarely send anything to print. I have looked into a few options (price from lowest to highest): PANTONE huey Spyder2Express Spyder3Express PANTONE huey PRO Spyder3Pro The last few are actually slightly out of my budget and my personal favourite so far is the Spyder2Express. Here are my questions: Does anyone has any experience with these things and can give any recommendation on which to get? I have heard that the Spyder Express series are not really meant for dual monitors setup, but I heard there are work arounds for that. Any experience with that on a Mac? Also, if I have to, I can also get a copy of ColorEyes Display Pro from a friend - which can then be used with any member of the Spyder series (which I heard are actually the same hardware but comes with different software). I heard something about these calibrator "expiring". I know that the calibrated profiles will "expire" and needs to be recalibrated every once a while, but the performance of the hardware itself degrade overtime?