Because i'm pretty new to LCD's in general, I wanted to get some feedback on this topic. After a lot of research into LCD technology, I decided to get the Planar PX2611W. Further reading led me to understand that this monitor is "wide gamut". It would seem that in the 24"+ IPS panel world, there is only the 2490WUXi that is standard gamut and I could not bring myself (or rather the wife was ready with her hands around my neck) to spend the extra $$ to get that, and certainly not for that reason alone anyway. So to my question, is it possible to calibrate a wide gamut monitor to the point that the wide gamut is not an issue or does not really exist? or is this a pipe dream? I had started to look at various calibrators (Spyder3 in particular) that claim to work with wide gamut monitors. Anyone out there with any experiences/opinions to share on how this could work out? Would I be wasting my time/money to try to "fix" this issue? Thanks!