In the process of getting a good quality monitor that can be calibrated, has true to life colours an looks ok in my living room. No need to be bigger than 17 or 19"....
So there is Samsung Syncmaster and the Eizo flexscan and a lot of others, but actually I don't know what I'm choosing from! What does 12ms mean? And is 25 ms better or worse than 12ms? Contrast ratios? DVI?
My budget is around € 500. Is that enough to get a decent monitor and makes a real difference compared to the one that I got with my pc?
For a real good explanation of what a digital imaging system should do/require/specs..try Microsofts Pixel performance, Creating an Optimized Digital Imaging System. It's on their web site. Granted it is for WinXP but the eqpt requirements are universal.