I'm looking for a suitable LCD display for my wife's newly bought mid-2012 i5 2.5GHz Mac Mini which appears to have a native resolution of 1920x1200. It's for "general use" (email, web, word-processing etc.) and we aim for long lasting quality. I'm thinking some kind of IPS panel, LED backlight and around 24". As for lasting quality, brands like Eizo or NEC come to mind, but I'm not sure if they are overkill or money well spent for lasting quality, noticeable better image quality than the rest and ergonomic features (adjustable height, tilt etc.) or if she could do just as well with other "non-pro", but still quality brands (Fujitsu, Samsung, LG, Philips, HP)? Decent colour accuracy is a plus (I have a Datacolor Spyder Capture Pro calibrator which I use for calibrating my own Eizo monitor (for photography purposes), and would use to calibrate hers as well, but no need to go overboard. She's used to having decent audio with her 2008 iMac's built-in speakers, and although many monitors these days have speakers, my impression is that they're quite tinny and not suitable for anything beyond alert sounds (I don't know if any of the Apple Cinema display had (good) built-in speakers but in any case they're probably near their end-of-life if we come across a used one) so external speakers are probably the only real option here.