I'd like to add that there are only a couple of major makers of LCD panels in the marketplace. Everything else, including EIZO, is just labeling, packaging, and a few different electronics and features. It gets confusing, though, as often most makes aren't clearly labeled or they chance panels for different models.
17" Eizo L557 25ms PVA (Samsung LTM170E6-L03) panel
17" Eizo L560t-c 25ms PVA (Samsung) panel
17" Eizo L560t-c-k 25ms PVA (Samsung) panel
17" Eizo L568 25ms PVA (Samsung LTM170E8-L02) panel
17" Eizo L578 12ms PVA (Samsung LTM170E8) panel
19" Eizo L760t-c 20ms PVA (Samsung) panel
19" Eizo L760t-c-k 20ms PVA (Samsung) panel
19" Eizo L767 25ms PVA (Samsung LTM190E1-L03) panel
19" Eizo L768 25ms PVA (Samsung LTM190E4-L02) panel
19" Eizo L768-AS 25ms PVA (Samsung LTM190E1-L03) panel
19" Eizo L778 (M190) 12ms PVA (Samsung LTM190E4) panel
19" Eizo L788 25ms PVA (Samsung LTM190E4-L02) panel
19" Eizo L795 25ms PVA (Samsung LTM190E1-L03) panel
A sampling. A few models have LG panels in them (Sony being the third major maker), though. There are also a dozen or more smaller firms in China and elsewhere of essentially no importance other than they are to be avoided if possible.
This can be helpful, though, as often the same panel can be found in something for less money if you shop carefully. I do know that the no name version of the CG241W is much less expensive. Eizo likes to use Samsung panels, and NEC likes to use LG, as a rule. But not always. Check first:
I mention this because the Eizo CG241W is a re-branded Samsung panel(!)http://www.flatpanels.dk/panels.php
Here is a site - type in the model and it will tell you (most of the time) what the panel maker is.
**results for the CG241W**
Eizo CG241W (widescreen) has a 24 inch 6 ms (g2g) S-PVA (Samsung LTM240CS) panelhttp://www.samsclub.com/shopping/navigate....p;ci_sku=501078
The only difference is the lack of calibration software that comes with the EIZO, essentially, plus a few differences in the buttons and case and such.