So I'm quite happy with my Sammy 24-inch TOC display, driven by my 15-inch MBP. It's simply a lovely display, especially the design. I'm looking to trade up, however. I barely use my HDTV anymore, just for movies and little else, really. So if I'm going to make even greater use of my Mac for my entertainment needs I might as well max out the display size and therefore the screen real estate. 27-inch monitors. Not a lot of them. Even fewer that are larger size, and it seems the larger you go, the worse the specs and design. You get a lot of Hannspree and I-Inc stuff. No thanks! If you do happen to chance upon a quality display at extreme sizes, however, it'll cost you a small fortune. I'm looking to keep this at a sub-$1000 level, though I'm thinking that if I really want quality I'd better prepare to pay for it. As of now, it's a toss-up between the LG 27-inch (the largest one they've got), or the 27-inch model from the Dell UltraSharp series. I'll throw Apple into the mix because of the rumours of a 27-inch LED Cinema Display, so I might have to wait. There's no a lot of choice at this level. If Samsung made anything larger then 24-inches I'd jump at it, but they don't. Even some of the 27-inch displays out there boast only 1920x1080 res. I already have 1920x1200 with my Samsung, so I'd appreciate greater resolution - something in the 2000+ range. I wouldn't mind an LED display at this point, but I have no idea who makes one in that size. Any advice?