Been playing with my new toy the past several days. While I already know that my judgement of color and light is weak at best, I can't help but see that when I calibrate to the "recommended" white point of 6500k the display just looks awful. I know that they tell you that your monitor will look different and strange to you at first when you calibrate, but I believe this goes beyond that. Greys on websites, etc., that I know are supposed to be grey instead appear purple. From everything I've read my monitor is pretty good (though not the highest end) so I don't think that's the issue. http://www.techradar.com/us/reviews/pc-mac/monitors-and-projectors/monitors/viewsonic-vx2336s-led-1073216/review When I calibrate to "Native" white point, everything looks good, and for now I'm leaving it that way. But I can't help but think that that defeats the part of the purpose of calibrating in the first place. What am I missing here? Don't feel like you're talking down to me if you have to use small words either, I feel like I'm totally blind here.