Hi guys! I need your advice: what external monitor to choose if you have myopia? In my case, it's -2,5 (not serious) and I work without glasses. Thus, I stay very close to the screen: it's OK if I work on my MacBook Pro 15" Retina 2014 but I experience some troubles when switching to a big external screen. For e.g. I tried BenQ BL2711U 27" 4K UHD (3840x2160) and DELL P2418D 23.8"QHD (2560x1440) - these two are great but the screen space is too big, the elements and fonts are extremely small, I'm wasting time to move my eyes from one corner to another one ) - literally, I'm lost in the screen. I tried DELL P2219H 21.5 (1920x1080) and it was comfortable enough by the sizes but the screen is too granular, I can see the pixels... I'm looking for 22-24 inch. monitor. Any recommendations? Also, I noticed that the scaling doesn't work nicely on external monitors: you can only downscale the resolution which makes the image awful and you can't choose between 'Larger text' - 'More space' option like on the native Retina screen. Is it a common issue for all ext. monitors?