Hi guys, I know others have asked similar questions but they are dated a bit so thought I'd ask again. I have been searching and reading reviews all day, I just need someone to help me out coz my head is melting lol! My old HP pavilion laptop is on its death bed, and I need an upgrade for something more powerful and better suited for photo editing anyway. I will most probably have the desktop custom built, but I need to find a good complementary monitor. Although I am seeking professional results I don't think I want to spend more than 600$ for the screen. I need something that at least covers 100% sRGB, coz this is mostly what i work in. But since I don't know if in the future I might switch to other color spaces, the more bits the better. Size wise, 22-24 inches should be fine. I am considering the Dell U2413 but some reviews warn of weird inverse ghosting and blurs, issues with Response Time Compensation overdrive messing with moving images or scrolling, back lighting bleed issues , in addition to other defects with pink green tints on some screen etc..It seems they have revised the model and fixed a few problems but I don't know if it's suitable for video editing to begin with ? Anyone here is using that monitor? It seems to be suited for photographers because of accurate colors , but I am not sure anymore with all those reported problems. The cheaper versions like U2412M also has its problems starting with the bad anti glare coating on the screen. Asus PA249Q which is similar to the Dell U2413 apparently is noisy..everything seems to have its problems.... LG has a bunch of IPS monitors but I am not sure if they are good enough. Except for their more expensive 27EA83 which doesnt seem to come in smaller sizes, they mention 72% of Color Gamut (CIE1931) on most of their other models, is that good enough? That's not really full sRGB right? Also does it matter if the monitor is real 8 bits, or actually a simulated one with 6 bits + FCR?