I'm running a dual monitor system, one panel is a 4:3 21" Dell that is built like a tank and won't die, the other one is a ASUS VW266H 25.5" 16:9 that is starting to misbehave in that the picture is garbled most of the time coming out of standby, but a full power usually fixes it, so not an emergency. My main criteria was that the monitors support a vertical resolution of 1200, at the time most only went to 1080. My graphic card is a Radeon 7900 I'm trying to understand my choices, my gaming days are over so looking for value and longevity rather than top of the line performance. Should I go 4K for future proofing or are there great monitors for cheap I can get now and that will look good vendor after I upgrade my computer in a few years? My gaming days are more or less over so I'm not buying top of the line every year or two anymore. Will my Radeon 7900 drive a 4K display along with the Dell 1600x1200? I really like dual monitors, so I still want to run them side by side. Would I be better off with a 1440p or will I regret it later? Size-wise I was thinking 25-27", or things are going to get really crowded on th desk, although I might be able to go as large as 32" (I haven't measured) Any Black Friday or other deals? Any models I should monitor for deals? I think mostly I'm asking for recommendations on what technologies to go with.