Is this forum open for business? I can still smell paint.
The GMB info accompanying the Eye-One Display 2 suggests that if you are running two monitors, you have to choose one to be your colour-critical monitor. Further clarification from GMB states that provided the video card supports two sets of output signals (I am running a Radeon 9000 Pro Mac, with OS 10.3.6) both monitors can be profiled independently, BUT they suggest that soft proofing in Photoshop will only work properly on the main monitor.
Like an increasing number of people I imagine, I was hoping to use an LCD for my main work, with an older CRT on the side for soft proofing. Is it true that Photoshop (CS) will only read the profile of the main monitor, and calculate soft proofs accordingly? Images on the (secondary) CRT appear to change in response to different proof setups in Photoshop, but it is difficult to be sure whether these are based on the correct profiles.