Sorted. I think one thing that really raises the profile of IPS monitors is the high resolution that usually accompanies them - there are hardly any TN monitors with 1920x1200 resolution, except for a few really big 28" ones with really bad vertical colour shift. Longweight put it perfectly for me: I think this is true of most people. Until Dell released their new 24" IPS monitor, there were hardly any relatively cheap WUXGA monitors readily available... nearly everything is 1080p these days, and as you go up in resolution, you also go up in panel quality. If they made 2560x1440 TN monitors for £300, do you think they would be a success? I do.