I just bought a new 15" Retina macbook pro. I love it, it is super fast, and after a little hassle I've successfully transferred everything over from my 2011. The only thing I notice/am curious about is the noticeably warmer display than my 2011. I am a photographer. Not my day job, but I do make money doing it as I am a contributor with Getty images and therefore I would like to have my color accuracy at least be in the right ballpark of most of my other devices and how my pictures print. I never calibrated my 2011, or my external monitor so I realize I may never have had accurate colors all along.... but with that said, this new display is noticeably warmer....I find it hard to believe this is completely normal. I'm pretty sure it is a Samsung display, the Model number listed in the colorsync utility is A022. It is uniform, just overall warm. My pictures don't look bad, just different than my old display and what my eyes are used to seeing. After staring at this awhile then looking at my old screen it looked too cool, but what i don't want is to start adjusting my photos and compensating for this warmth when everyone else with "normal" screens will then view my pictures as too cool of temperature. I'm torn as to what I should do. I spent a lot of money on this computer and quite honestly would be content just continuing editing on my external display with the old laptop. The speed increases of this new one are so nice though.... Any words of wisdom??