For those of you around here that have dual monitor setups and also do graphic design either professionally or just casually I am sure you have run into the problem of windows or video drivers lacking the ability to assign unique .icm and color calibration data to each monitor. As well as setup uniqe color calibration for printers and scanners! Well after some research I found this absolutely fantastic tool for windows that allows you to actually asign different .icm's to each screen as well as actually view the color gamut of each .icm you have in a 3d space. Give this page a read for tons more info, the rest of the site is filled with a lot of other great information as well. http://www.northlight-images.co.uk/article_pages/dual_monitor_calibration.html Here is a direct link to the peice of software that makes all this magic possible. http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/digitalphotography/prophoto/colorcontrol.mspx I have to say this one of the coolest and most useful pieces of software Microsoft has released for us graphic designers. I wish they would just include this with windows. Anyways, I hope some of you find this useful.