Jason J. Campbell wrote: Hi, > To my knowledge, this is still the same deal with the newer > i1Pro2. I don't think they are making two version of the i1pro2 - with M2, why would you need it ? There's no mention on their website, and all the reviews I've seen say that there is no UV filter version. > For general purpose use, you should > be able to survive with a uv-cut instrument, Only if it matches your viewing environment (UV poor), or you are using FWA free paper, or you are merely measuring to a UV excluded standard, rather than for viewing. > EFI was a big supplier of the OEM'ed > uv-cut i1's -- if you look on ebay, you will see most uv-cut units have the > EFI mark on the body. Strangely, one of the i1pro Rev A instruments I've acquired is branded "best.eye", and is UV included (no filter). Graeme Gill.