Ok - so after taking a look (online) at a general sampling of LCD monitors, I get the impression that certain brands/models are really popular with specific types of professions - for example, a monitor that shows "true" colors for press pre-production, a monitor that's really sharp for medical imaging use, etc. Does anyone know which are really popular makes/models amongst any professional who has to read like most of the day off her monitor? The reading would likely comprise mostly of documents (pages from a word processor, Adobe .pdf files, etc.) and of text from text-heavy websites. I want to get the Apple 20" Cinema Display, but I don't know if there is another brand/make of display out there that's MUCH better suited for the mentioned uses. One good thing, for reading, that the Apple CD's (and other widescreens, I guess) have is that you likely display two whole 8.5x11 pages (or typically-sized web pages) at a big enough size to be legible. Sometimes, this helps you minimize breaking up your concentration to scroll down.