I'm using a run-of-the-mill Compaq LCD monitor that I profiled with my Eye-One Photo. I have two printers, an Epson 2200 and a Canon ip 8500, that I also profiled. So far I'm happy with the results. However, skin tones tend to be slightly too reddish, especially with the Canon printer. I've reprofiled, and reprofiled and reprofiled.... both my screen and Canon printer but the problem remains.
I recently bought a second monitor to be able to work with a dual monitor setup. I profiled the second monitor and noticed that the skin tones came out a bit more reddish than on my first monitor and matched the Canon prints more closely.
Apparently there can be slight differences in color between two properly profiled run-of-the-mill monitors. My question is: what can I expect if I upgrade to a profesional photography monitor like the Eizo CG210. Will it offer increased accuracy so I will be able to get a more perfect match between my monitor and print skin tones? The Eizo is just within my budget, but I only want to spend the money if I can be pretty sure the it offers considerably better color accuracy.
Thanks a lot,