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When I went through the sharpening class I ordered the whole spectrum of prints and matched things up nicely, but I have since moved to a Spyder calibrator and do not feel comfy with it at all. I have also not ordered test prints since switching. 

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You don't need new prints.  Of course your lab don't change they way they print just because one of their customers got a new calibrator.

Please check the prints you already have.

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Ok, I will drag those out in the light of day and get back to you. :)

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The prints I have seem to match surprisingly well actually, aside from the photos on my screen looking generally brighter overall. Colors are correct though, is the brightness issue due to a setting on my Mac laptop perhaps?

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So, I have the SpyderX Elite calibrator. I tried following your instructions on calibrating with a Spyder X Pro, but when I get to this screen, there isn't an "Adjust" option. Which number should I choose?

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I just noticed you have instructions for the Elite! I will try that now.

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