LOL, yea triple monitor is a bit too much The correct colors is sRGB, or for a general purpose Adobe RGB (has a little more saturation). If you compare quality taken picture (with a good camera), to real life, it should look identical. sRGB does that for me, and even better with color profile, but just not to have the Windows icons bland, I put it to Adobe RGB when I don't draw. Game profile pushes more brown and makes explosion look more vivid. Standard is store shelf settings... worse colors, just so that the monitor looks best on store shelf compared to the TN glossy panels. Multimedia: is like Game more or less, and has dynamic contrast turned off. Warm: It's warm, colors are pale, I don't know why that option is there. Cool: is softer to the eye, if you plan to work for extra long hours non-stop with code/text/excel sheet without breaks, this is a good mode. Everything is very bluish, and less vivid, and "strong" to be software to the eye. Going to MAC mode (under Gamma) instead of PC, adjusts the gamma to fit MacOS special gamma so that you Apple displays looks better than any normal "PC" displays when attached to their system... unless you have the monitor that you have or the U3011H or the U2410. Mode Selection option has 2 options, Graphics and Video. Graphics is the default Video mode will do like a LCD TV, and turn off the color processor. Watch a movie or TV with it and it will look like you watching it on a TV. Movie mode, makes everything bluish, Game mode is like the other game but without the color processor, and Nature is like the TV default settings. You will notice that on any of these mode, text is hard to read, and the colors are over saturated.