So, I'm a dumbass sorta, just to get that out of the way. I found a TCL 43S405 cheap awhile ago: https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/tcl/s-series-4k-2017-s405 My first 4k, my first larger than 27", and clearly illustrating the fact that I'm no sort of competitive gamer, I love it. I may be full of crap but it honestly feels fine gaming, when I have the GPU for it without cranking down settings a ton. Realistically I spend 8 hours a day using two big apps on the screen at once for work which if fantastic, and play non-competitive FPS stuff in the evenings. I think it's a steal for what it is as a PC monitor. Except for I had a gtx 1060 when I got it, and I have a 1080 non-TI now, and that is about as much as I'm going to spend on a GPU for the foreseeable future. And it's obviously still lacking for 4K. It's not horrid, but it's a little short, I should have got a TI but I just can't swallow that kinda cost. So anyway, i'm thinking stepping down to a 32"ish 1440P and have been perusing what's out there. At first glance the HP Omen 32 looks good, but I keep seeing input lag issues with NV cards mentioned. I've been eyeing the: Philips Momentum 326M6FJSB BenQ EW3270ZL AOC Agon AG322QCX ASUS PB328Q All pretty budget options and the closer to $300 the better. Thoughts/other suggestions? I'm not crazy about going down in size, I don't have room for another PC or another monitor, but I know I'm going to be some newer games in the next few months and become annoyed at the frame rate, or lack of.