I currently have an old Mac Pro with an HP 3065 monitor that gives me 2560 X 1600 pixels. The print is a bit small at 100%, but I can increase resolution for individual documents. I need lots of pixels because I create very large drawings - data models. They can occasionally exceed 5' x 20' in size. When I zoom in to read text I need to see as much of the diagram as possible. When I zoom out I still need to make some sense of the diagram. For me larger pixels are better than small ones and the more pixels I can get the better. I plan to upgrade to a new Mac Pro next month. I'll probably keep my current monitor for a while, but I'd like to step up in that area also. I just came across a UHD TV from Seiki that may be just what I want. It offers 3840 X 2160 pixels. The 39" model has smaller pixels than my current monitor - not so good. The 50" model has slightly larger pixels and I think it will fit my desk. It's 32" tall so I might get a crick in my neck looking at the menu. It uses HDMI and seems to have gotten good reviews on Amazon. The price is about $1100. My main question is whether this is likely to work well with the new Mac Pro as my main monitor. I was hoping to get a monitor with a Thunderbolt connection, but the nMP also has HDMI so I think it will work. Any thoughts?