http://www.eizo.com/products/lcd/hd2441w/index.asp This is what they're advertising: - Two HDMI ports and one DVI-D port with HDCP support - Supports 1080p, 1080i, 720p, 480p, 480i - Deinterlacing for 1080i and 480i - Proper scaling and 1:1 mapping at 1080p without cropping - No black washout - Picture-in-picture - OutlineEnhancer edge sharpening - ContrastEnhancer dynamic contrast, and if they do it right, dynamic contrast without banding. Every other monitor seems to have severe banding when dynamic contrast is enabled. - They claim no input lag: This is the first time I've seen a monitor advertised with proper scaling and no input lag. The only downside is it has an S-PVA panel, and it won't be cheap. I don't know the price since it's not available anywhere yet, but my guess is around $1400. I'm on the fence about this monitor. I just got a 23" Apple Cinema Display so I could have an S-IPS panel and avoid lag. I was planning on getting an external scaler so I could have inputs, but then the total cost would be as much as the Eizo, and it still wouldn't have all the features. The Eizo has an S-PVA panel, but it has almost all the featuers I'm looking for, and I know I won't have to deal with quality issues. This is really tough.