Just having a bit of a colour management issue here. For photo processing on the go, I have just moved to a new laptop with a wide-gamut screen, which I have calibrated with a Spyder 3 Pro. Images look fine in Photoshop or Firefox, and they look fine in colour-managed environments on my other colour-calibrated, wide-gamut desktop monitor (calibrated using the same Spyder), but, when I upload a file to Flickr and view it in Internet Explorer (a non-colour managed environment) the photos all look oversaturated and with a strong red hue. And, apparently, they also look horribly red on other people's monitors, so it's not just a case of my monitors, when not colour managed, turning everything red.
I'm wondering if I'm doing something wrong with the setup. My monitor profile is called 'Monitor.icm', and I'm using that as my default profile in Windows 7 colour management setup, in the 'Devices' tab. In the 'Advanced' tab, under 'Windows Colour System Defaults', I've set the Device Profile to sRGB. In Photoshop, under 'Colour Settings', I've set the RGB working space to Adobe RGB, and process all my photos in Adobe RGB space. They look fine while I'm editing them in Photoshop, but look awful as soon as I view them outside of that colour-managed environment.
Examples attached (converted to sRGB):