I'm looking to pick up a 20" widescreen 1680x1050 LCD to pair with my new 20" iMac. I need the visual characteristics of the screen to match as closely as possible to the iMac's panel. I hate things looking different on one monitor than the other. I have narrowed it down to three contenders based on their brightness (300cd/m2) and contrast ratio (800:1) being identical to the iMac's panel: Dell 2007wfp Pros: I have seen this one in person, I know it's a nice display, and it has extra inputs (Component, s-video) and a USB hub. It's also the only one with adjustable height. This is the one I think I want. Cons: Most expensive. The best deal I can get is about $350+tax ~= $375. Is that worth it over the next two? Sceptre X20WC-Gamer Pros: Very inexpensive ($275+shipping). I also saw the precursor to this one (X20G-NAGA III) in person about 6 months back, and was seriously impressed with the image quality Cons: Horrific illuminated "SCEPTRE" logo on the front. It's huge -- a good three or four inches long. It's blue when the monitor's on, and blinks red when it's in standby. Seriously, it's scary. Why would anyone do that to a product? I think this is probably the only thing keeping me from buying this monitor right now. Viewsonic VX2025WM Pros: Highly rated, reasonable price ($318 shipped) Cons: Zero adjustability, ugly looking stand, useless built-in speakers And no, I will not buy a 20" Cinema Display because they are too expensive, have a stupid cabling system, and have only one input (I need at least DVI and VGA). If any of you have any of these monitors, or have other monitors whose image quality looks exactly the same as an iMac's, I would appreciate your input.