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This might help for starters:
I. Syncrasy, "A plea for FAQ on ACR's color rendering and calibration" #1, 7 Jun 2008 8:31 am
Then please do a forum search to find numerous existing threads on the subject.
Okay, I get the problem with RAW conversion and matching colors. I've since set up everything and calibrated my monitor so that Bridge, RAW, Photoshop and prints all look the same. Unfortunatly, now my monitor is a little blown out so that images on the web look de-saturated. I did a quick check with two friends both looking at my website and confirmed that what I see online (and desktop) now is diffrent then what they see. I know that no two people have their monitors set exactly the same but mine is now definitly outside the "norm."
So, does this mean that anytime I want to post a picture online, email, etc, I have to change my monitor settings and re-touch the photo? This seems excessive...
Post #2 is a non-sequitur and a totally different issue from #2. Furthermore it has nothing to do with ACR, and you reach a totally wrong, ludicrous conclusion.
For a better understanding of color management, monitor calibration and profiling, and how to save images for web, start here:
This is a very extensive site written in layman's terms. Be sure to follow all the links.