I recently purchased the Eizo S2410 (wide screen), which is the low cost version of the CE240, it lacks hardware calibration but it's considerably cheaper. I am very hapy with it.
If you buy a LCD, make sure it's brightnes can be reduced to about 80-120cd/m2 (normal values for a CRT) otherwise it will blind your eyes. My Eizo can be adjusted between about 80-350cd/m2. Currently I have adjusted it to about 120cd/m2 which is more then enough. In the first week I used much brighter levels (160-200 cd/m2) but my eyes got dry and tired after a weekend of Photoshopping.
My second choice is the NEC2690WUxi, but it's still not available yet and has a larger dot pitch.
If you search this forum on S2410 you will find more comments. I personaly have no regrets at all of buying a wide screen monitor, it's ideal for imaging.