So, I've picked up a cheapo Pantone Huey decade-old colorimeter and had a shot at calibrating my desktop and laptop. Both have calibrated, giving me colour matching profiles at 93 and 97 percent of sRGB respectively, but putting the two side-by-side shows that the desktop looks warmer (so is at a lower colour temperature, 'cos colour science is stupid science) and the laptop looks cooler (so is at a higher colour temperature.) Basically, looking at a white image has a slight yellow cast on the desktop and a slight blue cast on the laptop (relative to each other.) Now, the two displays couldn't be more different: one's a three-year-old Sharp IPS 13" 1920x1080 thing, while the other's an eight-year-old Philips VA (I think) 24" 1920x1200. Am I just expecting too much to have two very different display technologies colour-matched - or is something screwy with my calibration?