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You are correct. The colors differ from IE to FF because FF and Safari use the color profiles found in your images.
You might like the discussion found on Usability Post: http://www.usabilitypost.com/2008/07/30/photoshop-color-profiles-for-web-images/
I've been using sRGB 2.1 for a few years and have had no major issues with it.
Thanks for the info. I've switched to saving in sRGB 2.1, and it does indeed seem to be more universal than Adobe RGB was (no major color differences between FF3 and IE7 anymore). I'm guessing this is because sRGB 2.1 barely makes any changes to the image, so that when viewed side-by-side with images rendered in applications that IGNORE the color profile altogether, the image still looks similar.
Did you change your Windows color profile too?
What is yours set to?
Sorry, I'm not much help when it comes to Windows. I use a PC at home for gaming, but I'm a Mac at work for design & development.