Now I have read up a bit about color gamuts so I do know a bit but the more I read the more confused I get. I understand that there are a number of color gamuts - most notably sRGB which is relatively small and AdobeRGB (or aRGB) which is a lot wider. I have generally assumed that it is best to work with the widest color gamut that you have available (kind of like it is good to have a car that goes 100mph even if the speed limit is 75mph). I realize that for the 'web' and usually for 'printing' you need to be in sRGB so that I convert to sRGB for those purposes. Other than that my camera captures in aRGB, Lightroom processes in a 'wide gamut' (I think?), my external editors are set to aRGB. I have also just moved from using a laptop that had a gamut much less than sRGB to one with an IPS panel and settings for aRGB and sRGB. I have chosen aRGB again. But I am not sure that this is correct - it seems I might be better off using sRGB on the monitor. Perhaps it is simply better to do everything in sRGB?