Buy a a good external monitor if you want to view/edit photos properly, since laptop displays are usually not up to the task (unless it's a dedicated high end photo-editing laptop). Most, if not all, of the mainstream laptops use TN panels to keep the costs down, and this means that color reproduction and viewing angles are generally very poor. With a slight shift in viewing angles, you'll see a shift in colors and/or drop in contrast/brightness.
Same applies to external LCDs too...don't get TN...get S-IPS or PVA/MVA. As i wrote in another thread, you can pick up a 24" Philips S-IPS panel for about SG$750 which is a good deal for a long term investment. Smaller 20-22" panels can be had for cheaper and will be more than sufficient for photo editing. You can connect those as a secondary display to the laptop's VGA/HDMI port.
The difference between my laptop screen and my desktop's Dell 2407WFP-HC LCD is ridiculous. :embrass: Even after calibration, the laptop doesn't come anywhere close to the monitor.
P3ntx, I agree with skypacker. Get a good IPS LCD and, if necessary, upgrade your computer to pp the files. It'll make viewing the photos a much more pleasant experience. My 20" iMac has the dreaded TN screen, which I'm not too happy about, showing all the colour shifts and other flaws of TN screens.
One more thing about Pentax Camera, it also unpromised with exciting features that will make your journey of photograhy magical and fill with thrill with many surprises like ardo tido (the robot from star wars).
Hmm, care to elaborate on what the problems are actually and how the K7 resolve it. This is great news to people who had the same problems like yours and putting this information on Pentaxforum will help people with similar problems and motivate sales. :bsmilie: