I just spent 12 hrs setting up my Reznick-made puter, and I have to say, this thing screams! Yes, it was Very expensive too, but I'm very pleased with it's built quality and, of course, it's blazing fast speed. No longer does my puter slow down to a crawl when working with multiple files and mulitple applications. Mojor kudos to Ron and his awesome engineering ability! So, my printing question: Lately, I've been shooting in (Nikon)sRGB, and I'd like to ask if it's necessary to do a conversion in PS to standard sRGB before sending the file to print. I calibrated my monitor (twice), and am using the Ilford Printer profile specific to their Smooth Pearl I use, but think my prints are coming out a little bit darker than what I'm seeing on my Sony CRT monitor. I didn't notice this difference on my old puter's setup, and as far as I know, everything's set up exactly the same, but I almost always converted over to the standard sRGB colorspace before doing a final save for print. Dunno if I somehow goofed on my monitor's Spyder-calibration, or if it's something else? Anybody got an opinion? One little thing I'm doing different this time is I'm using the "Professional" preset brightness level on the Sony, where before I used the "Standard". The Pro level is actually a bit dimmer than the "Standard", so that doesn't make sense that that would make my prints come out darker. Pics look perfect on the monitor, but a little too dark in print.