Hi, how are you? I got the Retina Macbook Pro 15" late-2013 with dedicated GPU earlier this year, and I'm loving it. However, since I got this, 1080p monitors doesn't look nice at all. I'm planning to get a monitor for a bigger screen (of course), and this specific model seems to be perfect for me, the Dell UP2414Q. Well, it's 4k, 23.8", 60hz, IPS, 99% RGB. And it has an incredible ppi of 185! The price of this one is quite nice too, 1.539 USD here where I live. It's pretty good compared to the thunderbolt display, that costs 2190 USD (both prices are from the official store, not reseller). Okay, Apple will be releasing in the 10.9.3 update a retina like scale for 4k monitors as I read here, and even in the screenshot, the monitor is the same I'd get. I think the 10.9.3 will launch some time soon, but the monitor will take a good time to arrive though. Since it's not something cheap, is there something I should care about? Or a bad thing about this monitor? Maybe I'm missing some important information? Will it work as nice as in my Macbook Pro? Thank you.