I apologize in advance if this post should be in a different forum; I'm posting here because I've found the majority of the regulars here on the Air forums are not only smart and informed in most/all things Apple, but that there is also a contingent of photographers and I'm looking for some informed opinions here. I am looking at replacing one of my monitors with a monitor that will be more photographer friendly. I realize that there are certain things that need to be done--such as hardware calibration of screens. That being said, my monitors I have currently are a 23.6" Asus LCD, and two 19" 4:3's that I've picked up for cheap over the years (they are both 5+ year's old.) I've done some research and the overwhelming consensus is that IPS screens seem to be the best for photo work. I know that the Apple Cinema/Thunderbolt displays are IPS and are very good (and very expensive.) So I guess what I am really trying to ask is, what monitor do you photographers use and how do you feel about them? Thank you and I look forward to your answers!