I have no idea what I'm doing, other than trying to correct a problem with dark and oversaturated prints. I've been working around the dark print problem for a long time by guessing at increased image brightness levels in CS2 . . . an unsatisfying solution at best. Anyway, I'm using Win Xp, SP2, a Dell 2001FP monitor w/ nVidia GeForce 6800 card, and an Epson R800. In advanced mode, I followed advice from Iliah in another post and set the gamma and white point targets to monitor native. I tried setting the brightness to 85 cd/m^2, but the 2001FP will adjust no lower than 102 cd/m^2. Don't know if it's important, but the contrast slider is grayed out on the monitor OSD, so I was unable to set this with hardware. I also could not find an option to select LUT or icc4 specification. The resulting profile was set to default, but the display looks more or less unchanged. The calibration also had no effect whatever on the difference between prints and the screen display in Photoshop. Did I just buy an expensive paperweight, or am I merely incompetent? Suggestions greatly appreciated.