First of all, let me inform you that being a graphics designer AND a hardcore gamer is a royal pain in the buttocks, when it comes to choosing monitors. That said, I need your help in making an important purchasing decision. Next week I'm gonna need to buy a new monitor from a local store. Below are the suitable specs for me: 24", 16:10 (1920x1200), IPS panel, 6 ms GTG, HDMI input (to be able to plug in PS3). The following monitors respond to all of those specs: Dell U2410 HP ZR2440W They are both available in my local store, prices are decent, and all I need to do is to choose between them. The dilemma pretty much boils down to two things: backlight type and responsiveness. Everything is more or less clear in the backlight department: it's LED (ZR2440W) vs. CCFL (U2410). Personally, I would prefer LED, which presumably has deeper blacks and more intense colors, but I'm not a big expert in this area. Things become more blurred in the responsiveness/input lag area. I've read quite a few reviews, including TFT Central and Prad.de, but failed to come to any definitive conclusion. It's still unclear to me, which of these monitors has better response and less input lag. So, I really need some helpful insights from more experienced users. To summarize: I don't need ultra-wide gamuts and overly accurate colors -- as long as they are any better than the fairytale colors my old Samsung TN display provides, I'll be happy. I'm more into consistency, even distribution, minimal backlight bleeding and good viewing angles. And I really need a monitor with as minimal input lag as realistically possible from an ISP display. If you have some better suggestions than the monitors I listed above, I'm open to them, as long as they stick to my preferred specs and stay roughly within the price range of those models.