Thanks for the review Frank. Any chance you could give us a quick conclusion of the measurement part of your test for oiks like me who dont understand the graphs?
It has a large colorspace and the grayscale tracking is very good as is gamma tracking.
This means that the colorbalance can be done nicely and correct.
But also that the colors can be judged.
I however don't have the coordinates for argb and prophotoRGB here but as it looks I GUESS the display is very close to argb or larger but that's a guess
sRGB is slightly smaller than the NTSC colortriangle and as you can see the MBP is much larger.
You should of course calibrate your display but after that it looks alot better than most normal priced LCDs you see in the stores in the 250-400 US range.
So yes the display is very good, how good only time will tell of course but I did the first shoot today with the MPB and it works flawless and the colors are very accurate when I compare it to the Lacie 324.
For a notebook the screen is very good in my opinion.
I will measure the lacie soon to see how that one plots in the colorspace.