Hi, I've had a search around but to be honest most of the info posted here is over my head. I'm not very technical but I know that when I print I want to get results that look pretty much as they do on my screen; I want to know that the adjustments I make in Photoshop are accurate. I realise that for that I need to download paper prefs from my printer mfg's website use the right ink paper etc but I also want to make my screen as good as I can get. I use a MB (glossy) which I use for palettes, and a Samsung 22" screen for the actual work. I went out and bought a Huey Pro, used it, and was shocked at the results. The calibration left a horrible pink cast on the screen. I tried again, the same results. Do I have a faulty unit or am I missing something basic? Many thanks in advance. ps. If you talk to me about Gamut you'll throw me, for now at least. Sorry.