I recently upgraded from Photoshop CS2 to CS3, and w/ CS2 whenever i would save my images as a jpg for web use, it would turn out looking pretty close to my original image. After having upgraded to CS3, whenever i save something as a jpg, there's a pretty drastic red shift. When saving a file for webuse in CS2, i would size it, convert it to 8bit (i do all editing in 16bit), convert to sRGB (my working space is adobeRGB) and the do a "save for web." Now, w/ CS2, i've tried several different combinations of things, and everytime the image looks a whole lot warmer in the end. I've tried converting to sRGB before going to save for web, and turning off the "convert to sRGB option in the saving menu." I've left it as adobeRGB and went to save for web and checked the "convert to sRGB" option. Everytime it ends up drastically red. Some combinations have yielded different levels of color shift, but it seems to happen no matter what. Any ideas?