Can you guys suggest good monitor calibration software? I would of course prefer freeware -- or else something that isn't too expensive. Also, I know there are actually some sites that offer free calibrating guides -- basic stuff, of course -- but supposedly good enough to permit reasonably accurate colors. I've tried a few already, but none have proved sufficient. Have you guys had any success calibrating your monitors using online utilities? If so, which one do you think is the best? The default and "AUTO" settings on my monitor are clearly out of kilter. So I have been trying -- quite unsuccessfully -- to calibrate my monitor using both the software provided by its manufacturer and Windows' calibration utility. I always end up with images that are tinted with too much green, too much red, or too much blue. I have a Samsung S24B300HL -- which I have running at its native resolution of 1920x1080 at 60Hz. Not the best, I know, but I think I should be able to at least get average color quality from it. I'd like another attempt at better color quality on this monitor before I start thinking about sending it back for a replacement. Thank you in advance for your advice.