Need some help here. I'm a motion graphics designer. I work in Cinema 4D and After Effects / Photoshop. I have two Apple 20" Cinema Displays at work and I have an iMac at home. I've never had to buy a monitor myself. I'm buying a Mac Pro this week and I need to get monitors. I'll be getting 2 of them. My budget is around $250 for one. Can go a little higher if need be. I've heard there are only a couple LCD manufacturers in the world and everybody buys panels from them, so the only difference is the frame, and whatever image processing chips are included. Is this true? I'd like to stay with a popular brand, Dell, Samsung, LG. I have read some reviews on Samsung monitors that have power issues (bad capacitors). My grandma purchased a Dell monitor that died after a couple years. But I have heard good things about dells. Honestly, I'm not that familiar with displays so I'm a little lost. I do not want any built in speakers and the smaller the bezel, the better. Are companies different with regards to dead pixels? Any advice is appreciated. I need to purchase in the next week or so.