I have a pair of old LG IPS monitors (IPS226, about $150 when I bought it a few years ago) calibrated with Spyder4pro. I'm considering getting a new, larger monitor. I'm wondering what the main differences are between the cheaper IPS monitors and the pro grade expensive ones. Up til now, I'm been very happy with the quality of the images being displayed on my monitor. The only prints I've done have been the generic shutterfly/walgreens ones, and the colors in those have been awful. I am currently considering getting the Canon Pro-100 printer and printing myself. Will having a pro monitor make much of a difference in getting my prints to match the screen compared to the cheaper IPS monitors? Also, what's the main difference between working in AdobeRGB and sRGB? AdobeRGB is better for printing since it had a wider gamut, right? But at the same time, images displayed on the Internet use sRGB. Since the majority of my images will be shared with family and friends online, should I stick to working in sRGB?