Apple CD 30" has S-IPS panel. Nec 3090WQXi has newer H-IPS A-TW (Horizontal In Plane Switching witch Advanced True Wide polarizer), so it has better, deeper black (less black leaking). All these monitors (including Eizo) have CCFL backlight.
If you really want LED, then there's only Samsung/LaCie (S-PVA).
HP developed nice RGB LED DreamColor LP2480zx with H-IPS panel, but it's only 24" - maybe they'll announce 30" version later.
OK, you've got me fooled into thinking you know far more about these displays than I do. :-)
That given, what do you feel is the best display for photo work?
I'm not concerned much with viewing angle as it's just me and the monitor. Key is ability to correlate the monitor to the printer.
Majority of my work is B&W, but I want color fidelity as well for the occasional color image and I've found that by optimizing the original color image (HD3II-39) I get a better B&W conversion.
I'm currently using two Dell Ultra Sharp 2405 FPW's displays.
Frankly, they are not able to come close to the print image let alone match each other!
I use the X-Rite Pulse DP-20 to calibrate the monitors and build my own print profiles/environments, but the monitors will just not come up to range I should be getting.
Printer RIP is the latest ColorBurst 5.8.5 flavor.