Hi I have a Epson Photostylus 1200 printer, the OS is Windows 98, I have photoshop 5.5, the monitor is an ADI Microscan 6p, and a voodoo banshee video card (does this matter) ??When I go through the set up for Adobe Gamma and it asks for the Phospors, I have no idea what they are, and the booklet that comes with the monitor can't tell me either. Has anyone had success calibrating this monitor to the this printer or vicee-versa? and does anybody know what the "phospors" should be? In the help file for photoshop "One of the methods Photoshop can use to manage color is based on the use of ICC profiles" What is an ICC profile? does it matter? The normal routine that I use when printing is...360 dpi (most of my images are digitized onto photocd from 4x5 negatives the res. is 2048 by 3072, currently trying to make 8x10 prints, but I'd like to go larger once it's figured out, I use an unsharp mask, print/"high" quality , "space" sRGB - (there are many options under "space" I don't know if I'm using the right one) under set up/"properties" I choose and use Epson photo paper and customize settings again sRGB. there are many options in this menu I don't know what do with screens, transfer, background, ...what should I do with these? My prints are entirely blocked up in the shadows. I use doutone as my "image mode" in images that are black and white and they end up looking like very heavy split toned prints, also the images aren't sharp, The negs and traditional prints made from them are fine. What can I do? Thanks for your help.