I've been following, testing, evaluating the Eizo CG monitors and the NEC Spectraview monitors (+ some odd other display makers trying to get into the photographic niche) for about 10 years now.
Since I first read about OLED displays, many years ago, I have been waiting for them to become available and at good prices, recalling how they first had problems with the blue leds not lasting more than a couple of thousands hours etc.
I recall IBM making their first 400 and 200 DPI screens requiring special graphics cards to manage getting even a slow refresh rate.
Still waiting for the "perfect" monitor with high resolution, perfect blacks, excellent uniformity, great color accuracy and 10 bit depth.
My old Eizo CG screen needs to be retired and it seems to me that the NEC Spectraview 272 is the current state of the art for a reasonable price, having now bypassed Eizo in quality.
I had a quick look at it as a shop and I like the new screen coating (no grainy surface as the latest Eizo has), it has a good resolution (impossible to go back to 1920x1200 having worked in 2560x1400 on my former iMac). Calibration easily gets deltaE < 2. It seems to support 10 bit (just waiting for Mac OS X with some hardware to support this).
Now, I just thought before buying one to look around and see what the current state is for OLED displays, recalling Sony having made a few larger prototypes some time ago and found out about the Trimaster EL OLED series.
These are obviously meant for the broadcast/movie production industry (both resolution wise and price wise). I will not be buying any (way beyond my budget and too low resolution)
However, I'm curios, has anyone here seen them in real life?