Hello All, I've been browsing these forums and reading articles but the more I read the more confused I become. I'm about to take delivery of the 2017 MBP 15 and I'm thinking of getting a good quality monitor for working from my home office. I'm hoping for something that looks fantastic and is easy on my eyes. I currently have a mid 2014 rmbp 13 and I find the screen excellent and ideal at the default screen setting. I want a monitor that allows me to have the same/better quality as the new 15 inch but gives me more screen real estate. As well as work I play some games. I was assuming that I wanted a 4K monitor and given the ports on the 2017 MBP I figured I should get something with USB-c. A few people have recommended this monitor: https://www.amazon.co.uk/LG-27UD88-...3205&sr=1-1&keywords=USB-c+5k+27+inch+monitor and I thought it looked a good combination of price/quality. However, I then went to the US site to see if I could find customer reviews and found someone who sounds (to me!) very authoritative and who wrote: "Let's say it plainly: for a Mac, the "correct" resolution for a 27"-32" monitor is 2560x1440, or 4x that for 'retina', which is a 5K display: 5120x2880. The correct resolution for a 20-24" monitor is 1980x1080, or 4x that for 'retina'. That is a 4K display. So for the best experience on a Mac, you should skip this monitor and get a 4K monitor in the 20-24" range, or visit your bank manager and then order a 5K monitor." https://www.amazon.com/gp/customer-...vw_btm?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B01CDYB0QS#wasThisHelpful But then some people say he's wrong and it's blah blah blah and my head spins and so I find myself here and looking for help from you good people! Should I go for 4K? Or does that only really work up to 24 inches and for above that I would want 5K? Can I dispense with 4K and get a 1440p? Would that give me the extra real estate / quality that I want? Would I get it in USB-c? Any help much appreciated!