Ok so I have been out of the loop on monitors for quite some time and I need to get some new screens. I previously had two 30" Dell 2560x1600 displays that I liked very much but unfortunately I recently lost nearly everything I owned, including them :/ So, I need to figure out what to do. Total budget here is ~$1000 or so, preferably a bit less but it's definitely flexible. So here is kinda what I am thinking -- either: a single large 4K screen with 1 or 2 smaller ones on the sides or like 2 matching ~27" 2560x1440 screens I do play games a bit but I do a lot more dev/engineering work. I am interested in >60Hz but it's not a requirement. My GPU is a bit old, a R9 290 but it will be replaced soon with probably a Radeon VII. Will pretty much 100% stay on AMD GPU's so not interested in G-SYNC, but Freesync would definitely be nice. So, with option 1 it would be nice to have >60Hz but that racks up the cost quick. I would be pretty OK with going with some cheap ~24" 1080p screens on the side. I'd probably get one at first and another one later. With option 2 it would be nice if I could just get a matching pair of 120/144Hz Freesync displays and be done with it (actually might end up throwing a cheap 1080p screen on the side too, because real-estate ) What displays are good options here?