These new 4K IPS panels look to be a great balance of price and performance. Who's in? Which one are you looking at? I'm personally thinking of a pair for my nMP, but I can't decide on what size yet. I'm leaning towards a pair of the 27" displays running a scaled resolution between 2560x1440 and 3200x1800 depending on how sharp it looks. Here's what we know... Panel Type, Surface: In-plane switching (IPS) (likely LG.Display LM270WR2 in P2715Q) Optimal resolution: 3840 x 2160 at 60 Hz (SST) Contrast Ratio: 1000 to 1 (typical) 2 million to 1 (DCR) Brightness: 300 cd/m2 (P2415Q) 350 cd/m2 (P2715Q) Response Time: Grey-to-Grey. 8 ms (typical), 6 ms (fast) Viewing Angle: 178° vertical / 178° horizontal Adjustability: Tilt, Pivot, Height Adjustable, Swivel Color Support: 1.07 billion colors 99% sRGB Backlight Technology: LED edgelight system Display Type: Widescreen Panel Display Display Screen Coating: Anti-glare treatment of the front polarizer (3H) P2715Q Pricing expected to be around $899-$999 USD (EDIT: Price is actually $699 USD) P2415Q Pricing expected to be around $699-$799 USD (EDIT: Price is actually $599 USD) User guide They will likely be announced sometime in the next month.