I recently picked up a 13" MBA 2015 for a KILLER deal when BB had them on sale. $719 after a 10% movers coupon. Had my eye on the MBR but between the $600 saved i just use it casually at home on the couch, in bed etc. The screen is absolutely fine for now or until Apple makes a 14" version. I often prefer to plug it into my 27" ASUS IPS 1080P monitor and use it like a desktop PC. I currently have my Xbox One hooked up to my 27" Asus monitor at my desk. I switch between the 27" monitor and my 65" TV on the wall for my Xbox one. But i prefer playing on a monitor mostly at my desk most of the time. I would like get a 24-27" monitor to plug my MBA into at my desk to use while i play on my Xbox One. I will use it to browse the web, watch Youtube videos, Watch Sling TV, Netflix, Hulu etc. Do you think its worth it to spend the extra $$$ to get a 4k? I mean would i greatly benefit? I would think the 1080p would hold me the 1-2 years fine with this MBA until Apple makes a 14" version of the MBR This is the one i have my eye on, i had one of these before but sold it when i sold my gaming rig. Its fairly nice for a Acer, i chose this because i do "prefer" the glossy front panel which increases the contrast and color. I don't mind the reflection because i use it in a dark environment for the most part. Its a solid monitor for a external for the most part. Was pleased with it. http://www.bestbuy.com/site/acer-h6...lack/4751006.p?id=1219103673253&skuId=4751006 Or.... should i spend a few hundred extra and get maybe a dell 4k? It is intriguing that the 2015 MBA can push 4k 60hz on a external. But i really don't know if a 4k would even benefit from the apps i use for streaming especially on a small sized monitor. Decisions decisions...... I am leaning towards just grabbing that 1080p, you can actually get them fairly cheap on eBay slightly used for about $99.