For display calibration I highly recommend the i1Display2 from X-Rite.X-Rite Web site
With last year's purchase of Gretag-Macbeth by X-Rite, they are the only game in town when it comes to quality color measurement products.
The Spyder has repeatedly proven inaccurate and not suitable for professional-level work.
The Huey is also inaccurate and often adds strong color tints.
I agree that you probably don't need a printer profiling kit. Paper manufacturers distribute profiles for their papers on a wide variety of printers, amd most of the premade profiles out there are quite good.
Thank you for the reply. I've been looking around and this seems to be more more suited to my requirements. Because of the holiday season, its alot of time reading and not really ordering yet.
I noticed in the i1Display2 pdf file on their site that they mention checking the website for a list of supported monitor models for "pushbutton calibration", and they list: Eizo, LaCie, Sony, NEC, Mitsubishi. (Complete list on the website xrite.com) but I can't find the list. Is this something in addition (easier?) to the normal calibration?
DarkPenguin: thank you for the tip on the profile group. Registered.
Will do some more research before buying.