Ok, I've done some searches and this topic seems to have been discussed quite a bit. But I have a question that has not been asked b4.
I've also read on books and all the authors seem to say the same thing without revealing the real meaning behind it! Grr...
They always say, if u want to print on high quality ink-jet printers, use RGB. Larger colour gamut. If for web or on screen, then choose sRGB cos that's what the screen is capable of reproducing. Sounds simple!
BUT! What I'm very puzzled is, if we can edit our images using our computer monitors in RGB in the first place, why should we change it to sRGB and lose many more colours? Whenever I do a conversion of colour space from RGB to sRGB in photoshop, the images look very dull and lack saturation. I'm thinking, why sRGB? Why can't we leave the setting in RGB?