Hi All, My trusty old 27" Apple LCD screen has bitten the dust after nearly 15 years of service. I'm now only using the single Apple 27" Thunderbolt Display and struggling with only the one. So; I'm looking for a new monitor but with no Apple display available it's time to look at the murky world of non-Apple monitors. I'm looking at 31.5" or 32" which seem to be relatively common and 4K, which is now accessible price-wise. I use it for graphic design, audio production, normal media consumption etc. I like the idea that I could just have the one big 4K screen instead of 2 'normal' monitors. I could have InDesign open and also email, spreadsheet etc too all at the same time. Running a MacPro 6,1 with dual Firepro D300 and High Sierra setup. I have plenty of space on my desk bridge. Do you have experience with a good solution? Problems, issues? Is there anything I haven't considered? I was looking at the BenQ PD3200U 32" 4K which seemed reasonable then read there were issues, any other users of this who can comment? It's a minefield out there so any advice or recommendations would be very welcome. Thanks!