There's definitely that too...but I do have some kind of -VA panel as well as an IPS to compare to. The CRT is still better. Edit: But yes, if I could get a good quality 20-22" 1920x1440 IPS panel with at least 85hz (and low/no input lag) I would stop hanging onto my CRT so hard. Even stretched a little to 24" would probably be fine, especially since most want widescreen and you would get 2560x1440. Good quality 30" LCD's should be running up to 3k x 2k at 85hz or better. Having a 72hz mode if not 120hz could be useful for 24FPS movies and such too... And 1080p was SO 90s, especially with modern 100" TVs and such...we need 3800x2200 or so. YARG! Id still love a good old 4:3 though, 24" IPS 2150x1600@120Hz with low/no lag and a good even backlight (maybe even RGB w/ local diming?) oh and a 6mm bezel (or less)...I'd $1k for that. Whats up with the OLED screens, they're using them alot in phones right? Any closer to getting a useable display out of them and do they beat LCDs in every metric yet?