Not to put a wrench into your list, I have to say the new NEC 2690 WUXi is making me real happy. Part of this is due to the NEC technologies like GammaComp provided and part is the software provided (SpectraViewII not pretty but it turns this into a true 'smart monitor' with one button to push calibration). Purity is excellent, the on board controls are intuitive. Its a pretty wide gamut unit (93% of Adobe RGB (1998)).
Well, actually i've read that the nec is preety good, but where i live its about 3 times more expensive then the dell and eizo.
my budget is 600$
anyhow, ive read about ViewSonic vx2025wm that it may have better IQ then the dell, its abit more expensive also,
all im interested in is good color reproduction,color accuracy(not critical accuracy, just enough to have a good print)im also interested in doing ALOT of PP, especially b&w conversions(need good black details)
Please advice me if the Dell 2007wfp/ViewSonic could be sufficient for the task
, or i should be getting the 19 inch 5:4 Eizo monitor (wich i prefer not to do because i belive that 5:4 aspect ratio is a waste)
And which could be better Dell or Viewsonic? (viewsonic is 150$ cheaper in US, but here its 150$ more expensive then Dell)
UPDATE > Also would like to hear your opinion on which monitor is better for photoshop and PP, 16:10 or 5:4?
Thanx alot for any help!