I calibrated my new macbook Pro that has the latest version of Snow Leopard installed.
Please note that my calibration knowledge is quite limited - I only calibrate my monitor so I can get a good sense of what my RAW files look like while processing using DPP. I don't print myself, so its only monitor calibration I'm unsure about.
I have been using the Spyder 2Pro to calibrate my old 3 year old Macbook and last night i used my Spyder 2 Pro to calibrate my new mac book pro.
However, i'm finding the colors are even worse then prior to my calibration - there seems to be WAY to much saturation and brightness.
I read on a posting on another forum that the issue may be with snow leopard. Originally, I didn't consider the issue could with the operating system, thought that it might be the new apple displays.
Any advice on whether I can continue usinng the Spider2Pro or if I need another monitor calibration system would be appreciated - as well as advice on something that won't break the bank!