Put them up on the web as sRGB and be zen about how others see them.
Truly the best advice so far.
Still, I am asking a question that does not get directly answered so far. I just wanted to know how I can keep Lightroom from converting my highly satisfactory print-adjusted photos into dull mud-tone when I instruct LR to convert them into RGB jpegs for web viewing.
I see a lot of photos on the web with really great color that I have to believe many of them passed through Lightroom applications on a lot of desktops.
How are they not having the same problem if they go to print to a printer that suggests an AdobeRGB color profiled photo? Make two set of photos? One set for web and one printing?
If I calibrated my monitor for the most up to date ICC web compliant color profile, which according to International Color Consortiums website,
is sRGB v4 ICC; and then adjusted photos to have close-to-best web viewing, my guess is that I'd lose something on the printing side.
I am very satisfied with my camera-to-print color management set up right now, which includes my monitor (HP4275) which provides a 100% view of the AdobeRGB Gamut, and I have calibrated to AdobeRGB - and didn't want to start messing that up.