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Please ignore reply #1, which is a reference to a completely unrelated thread.
This sounds like a color management setup problem. Make sure you are preserving embedded profiles in Photoshop's color settings dialog. The next thing to check after that is to verify you monitor profile is reasonable. What do the image's look like in Apple's "Preview" application?
Sorry about the bum tip, Immanuel. Evidently, I misconstrued your post.
thanks for your reply. In Mac OS X Preview the images look all good and very much like what I see in Lightroom. In any case not as pale or like with a slight white overcast to what I see when using ACR 4.1 from Bridge or Photoshop CS3. In PS color settings, preserving embedded profiles is checked. Yes, it seems to me as well that this is some color management issue. The 30" Cinema display was calibrated using Color Eyes Pro and Spyder2 to Gamma 2.2 and 6500 temp. However, even when reverting to the standard Apple color profile for the monitor, the problem persists.
No luck so far...