Well that's nice and all, but while you are living on the edge with wide gamut, I would much rather just have an sRGB monitor that just looks correct everywhere. I think wide gamut is best left to specialty monitors where it might be needed and let us regular consumers just have normal color without all the hassles. If/when it ever gets sorted out on the software side, then they can start pushing it on everyone. Let the early adopters who want it, pay more for it. I remember a couple of years ago, it seemed like there was a trend toward wide gamut everywhere as marketing latched onto a number they could make bigger, 90% of NTSC, 98%, 102%, 110%... I am very happy this trend has reversed and we are seeing more and more consumer monitors reverting to sRGB. Though this really seems more like a side effect of W-LEDs than a plan. I will take it either way. Clearly the U2412 is becoming more consumer oriented and for most consumers that will deliver better price/performance. Those who want a more semi-pro monitor with wide gamut should buy the U2410 while it is still available. That choice should still be available for some time, but I bet most people would rather save the $150 and have the new consumer oriented version.