You may want to consider 2 x LCDs, say 20" each. The LCD that holds your palettes doesn't have to be as good, or even the same size/aspect ratio/temperature. I find a single display (even 23"/24") drives me nuts as I'm always moving stuff out of the way. A dedicated screen for the image helps you concentrate on just that. Given that you currently have a dual monitor setup you probably already know this.
Hi, thank you for your reply. Very important comment as I considered a single widescreen better to work with than two separate ones. The best would be to test
working on a single widescreen for a while to see if it is worth to step down to a
single monitor. I have read comments from people who preferred the single one
after working on a dual system and the opposite . . .
Anyone here who had changed from working with 2 monitors to a single widescreen ??