I'm having an issue where the luminance readings from Argyll 1.1.0 RC2 are always high by about 4-6% when compared to any other application that uses the EyeOne.dll SDK provided by X-Rite. For example, if I calibrate to 95 cdm2 with Argyll, everything else reports something around 90 cdm2. While this is quite an improvement from Argyll 1.0.4 which always had high readings by something like 45%, it is still a bit off for me on my CRT with 1.1.0 RC2. Anybody else with an Eye-One Pro seeing similar results with Argyll 1.1.0 RC2? _______________________ Graeme Gill, on a somewhat unrelated note could you add an option to dispcal and dispread to always average by a user specified (or automatic?) number of readings before recording/using/displaying any such value? Adding a threshold value to the previous idea may not be a bad idea either. For example when the user turns this option on, Argyll would always take a minimum of 2 readings for everything. If the two readings are within 0.1 dE of each other, then they are averaged and the value is used/displayed. If the two readings deviate more then 0.1 dE, then an additional X (user specified, default 2) readings are taken and all are averaged before the value is used/displayed. If a single readings of the multiple readings deviates significantly more then the former/following readings do from each other, then that oddball reading is discarded before averaging takes place (if you had readings of 0.3124, 0.3130, 0.3110, and 0.3220 then the last reading of 0.3220 would be discard as an oddball). For all I know Argyll already does something like this automatically, but if not I think it would be a handy feature for higher accuracy. Since the values read jump around slightly on my CRT, especially for dark readings (probably because of the Eye-One Pro which I've heard is weak at low luminance), a functionality like I would think should lead to higher quality readings/calibrations/profiles (while significantly slower). On that note, an option to restrict this feature to low luminance readings only for Eye-One Pro users so you don't take as much of a speed hit from enabling the feature, would also be nice. Good idea? Bad idea? Thoughts? Feasibility to implement?