thanks guys for the input,
the top of the line certainly is very expensive, and i am wondering if you really can see much difference. I currently calibrate my 2 dells and though they are not perfect by any means the reflect what I see in my print (could that I also print badly ;-) < grin>
However, i do notice a shift on the dells when looking at shadow details on the sides (say, make a square in the screen using the hight and imagine it in the middle of the screen) what is outside this square seem to shift in color a bit and it is really hard to see things in the shadows.
However, the Eizo top model is five times more expensive!!! which in the end of the day is OK, if it means that I can create better work from the better monitor. Will it be better in color, 1/4 and 3/4 tones. Will I be able to better color correct images??? will it give me less strain on my eyes, if so then the price is cheap and i shall morgage my first born.
the 240 looks nice, but it too is hit by many complaints just like the dell, and the dell is 1/3 of the price + the calibrator (in my case a iOne 2) hmm.
I guess it gives you the braggin rights and you can say to your clients that, hey do you have highend Eizo screen with 14bit, AdobeRGB1998 color space...etc...what NO! well, what are you complaining about ;-) ,grin. please note sarcasme!
the search goes on, please if you have more info or any links please let me know, thanks