After many years of struggling along with two low quality TN 19" widesreen Acer monitors, I'm after a majour upgrade. I love the dual monitor setup I have at the moment, so that's the route I'll be going again. So what I'm after is two 23" or 24" widescreen monitors with a preferable 1920x1200 resolution. I know many manufacturers have switched to the 1920x1080 resolution, but this will create a very wide but short workspace in dual monitor configuration. However I won't discount this resolution altogether. Colour reproduction needs to be good, but nothing exceptional. My budget is £500-600. Just a quick bit about my usages. I spend alot of time in AutoCAD and 3ds Max where colour doesn't matter, but I also produce final presentation sheets in Photoshop and this is where I need something better than what I have now. I by no means need professional quality accuracy, buta monitors where colours stay reletively uniform across the screen from decent viewing angles (although I'll always be sitting in front of them, and I'm not bothered about people looking over my shoulder). As long as the final printed picture is close to that pictured on the monitor (discounting printer accuracy) I'll be happy. At the moment, the colours vary hugely depending on which of the two screens it's displayed on, that's simply not good enough. I've been looking around for a while now, but just wanted to check that I haven't overlooked anything. Here are the options so far: Viewsonic VP2365wb. Cheap IPS panel, but 1920x1080 res. Dell G2410H Bigger 24" screen, but TN based and again 1920x1080. Dell U2311H Little to choose between this and the cheaper Viewsonic. NEC MultiSync EA231WMi Another 23" 1920x1080 IPS monitor. NEC MultiSync EA241WM-BK Preferred 24" and 1920x1200 resolution. PVA panel, so good colour. A little expensive, but could be worth it for the extra height. HP ZR24W At £80 over my budget (for two), this is a little expensive, although it probably has the best specs. 1920x1200 IPS panel is probably the best fit for my needs. So what are peoples views, should I spend the extra money for the likes of the NEC EA241WM or HP ZR24W, or just save some money on a 23" 1920x1080 monitor. Anone had any experience using the newer 16:9 standard in dual monitor configuration? I'm sure some will wonder why I don't just get one larger (26/27") monitor instead of two, but I don't think I could go back to a single monitor, even one so large. Thanks for looking. Edit@ just wanted to add that my personal ideal would by a 23" IPS monitor with 1920x1200 res. However I simply haven't seen any. Not keen the 16:9 aspect ratio, but haven't really tried on to find out. I just feel that I'll end up with a more elongated workign space in AutoCAD and 3ds Max. The ability to rotate the screen could come in useful for Word etc.