Hi Mr W,
I donít know how you converted, however all I can say is that there are several different setting in PS, what you need to do to convert an image is
Image, Model, Convert to profile ........
That will convert the image to whatever profile you select.
That being said, take a peek at this thread
and read my reply in that one, you need to work on your colour spaces for your monitors, your printer and your images all separately.
The convert to srgb is mainly for output, if your working profile is different, then the image will look different on your PS screen than on the output screen.
I also think in long discussions with Hackman we came to the conclusion that ACDC does not look at profiles and really screws up images.
If its for the web, the best thing you can do is open the image in something like IE or Netscape to see what it will look like, any image program will F with your colours.....
hope this helps dude.