Just calibrate your display to the best of your ability. Don't guess or just turn your monitor down to spite itself. Use these calibrate. http://i.imgur.com/406m4.png http://i.imgur.com/97VkS.png I use a CRT here (GDM-FW900) A crt's tech is much different then an LCD's in how it actually lights the image. An LCD turns a pixel on and off allowing light through. It gets that light from a set of Cold Cathode Florescent's or LED emitters to shine through a polarization layer to light the image from behind. A CRT shoots electrons at the glass which is covered with a phosphor. The phosphor itself glows and the pixel generates its own light. I have looked far and wide and no LCD has yet to be as impressive as this particular CRT. Making my view of these shots completely different then most.