A friend of mine asked about the best way for her to calibrate the display on her 13" MacBook Pro, on which she does her photo work in Light Room.
Coming from the PC universe I am not familiar with the ins and outs of the Mac world, but I told her in general of the problems with using a laptop for photo work: difficulty setting the brightness level, the variability caused by inconsistent viewing angles, and the issues of a small display. I suggested getting a desktop display to plug in to, but I also said I would inquire here as to whether anybody has had success calibrating/profiling a Mac Book Pro. Also, what would be the least expensive way to get decent results? (The range of devices available for display calibration only, such as EyeOne Display 2, Spider, ColorMunki Display, etc.)