Hey guys, Just bought a Spyder 3 Elite for my 13" Macbook. First of all, I'm aware that a laptop is not ideal for photo editing. However, as I only share photos across the web at this point, I'm content enough with that setup. I'll buy a proper monitor when I get more serious. Anyway, I know my new calibration is "correct", and will be very handy for printing. Problem is, my old default Mac calibration of 2.2 gamma / D65 seems to be better for the web. What I mean is, even though I know the Spyder is technically correct, my images are more closely matched on other monitors after calibration through my OLD settings - compared to that of the the new Spyder (I noticed the Spyder calibration was darker than nearly all displays I've seen) Makes sense after reading that most monitors out there are calibrated too brightly. Therefor, if I'm only interested in casually posting photos, would it make more sense to post process through my old default mac settings? As mentioned, considering most monitors out there are uncalibrated (more importantly, too bright), for the sake of getting as much consistency across the web as possible, I'm considering just sticking to what I had. That said, I will of course use the Spyder when I'm going to print. For what I'm doing now though, I'd love to use the Sypder's colors, but retain my old Mac 2.2/gamma/luminance settings. Highly doubt that's possible... What do you guys think? Appreciate the help.