I've noticed a substantial degradation in color quality in Windows compared to in OS X with the late 2008 MBPs. This problem manifests itself as a blue tint (probably just the default Windows color temperature, and easily correctible), and washed out colors (not so correctable). To solve the problem, I tried copying my OS X .icc color profiles to Vista, and using a LUT/Gamma loader to load them in. This eliminated the blue tint, making everything look much warmer (which had the side effect of making Windows look very strange). But this doesn't really help the washed out colors. I've done some research on color profiling, and there's this concept of a monitor's gamut - the range of colors it can display. .icc profiles have this gamut information in them, which is used in OS X to correctly calibrate the colors. But I can't find any information about how to load gamut mappings in Windows - the only thing I can find are Gamma/LUT loaders that don't solve my problem. I'm a little bit out of my league here when it comes to color correction, but I know there are some experts here. Am I headed in the right track to solve the washed out color problem? Does anyone know of any software that could load the gamut information from my .icc profile? Thanks. EDIT: By the way, I do know how to manually adjust brightness, contrast, etc. in Windows, but no amount of adjustment is getting me the same vibrancy I find in OS X.