I'm having a terrible time adjusting the colors on Dell LCD monitors that I use with my MacBook Pro. The latest is a Dell 1905FP that is driving me nuts. I started by following the instructions in Mac OS X's Display Calibrator Assistant (under System Preferences > Displays > Color > Calibrate). The result is that pale grays (eg #eeeeee) are washed out to look completely white (#ffffff). Here's a test page - I can see the gray vs white distinction clearly on my MacBook Pro, not on the Dell: http://prentissriddle.com/tmp/contrast-test.html If I randomly muck with the monitor's hardware color adjustment and/or the options in the Calibrator Assistant I can get #eeeeee to stop looking white, but only by skewing the whole display in the direction of blue or yellow. Is there a dummy's guide to calibrating cheap monitors on a Mac? Thanks.