I've finally found a monitor I like! (tried Samsung PLS, u2711, etc), The HP zr2740w. One catch, I'm not usually bothered by AG coatings, but this was so bad at .233 dot pitch I had to zoom in on some websites to make it readable. So, rather than wait for my perfect monitor to be made by someone, I decided to fix this one. It's really not hard to peel the AG sheet off the screen, the hardest part is getting the front bezel off. all tolled 15 minutes of work and 2 hours of waiting. Here goes! 0) Tools: paper towels, small Flathead screwdriver, #2 Phillips head screwdriver, razor blade. What to expect inside: the monitor is a sandwich of 3 main parts, the front bezel, LCD assembly, and the back cover. You won't need to disassemble further than this. 1) With the monitor off the stand, set it on a soft surface. Remove the four screws that hold the back cover on. It will not come off here, don't try to force it. 2) Grab the INSIDE of the front bezel, be careful not to push your fingernails into the screen, and lift out away from the screen. You'll probably have to do all 4 sides separately to get it to pop off completely. Be careful about the little wire that goes from controls on the front bezel to the LCD assembly. 3) Lift the whole LCD assembly out of the back cover. 4) There is an inner "bezel" made of steel going around the edge of the screen, we'll have to take it off to get at the edge of the AG sheet with a razor blade. It comes off with 3 screws on each side, and some gentle prying with a small screwdriver along the bottom where it is "clipped" on. 5) You should now be looking at this Wet some paper towers, but make sure they are not dripping (don't need water in the electronics), and lay them flat accross the screen. I left them on there about 2 hours, probably should have left them a bit longer as the glue had a little adhesion left and I ripped the AG a couple of times peeling it off. 6) Take a razor blade and start at one corner of the screen, and get under the AG sheet so you can peel back the AG sheet from the screen. NOTE: there are 2 sheets on the screen, the top "Seran wrap" sheet is the AG, there is another, stiffer sheet under it. That is the polarizer. DO NOT remove the polarizer! Sorry, I didn't get any shots of this, I did it in about 5 seconds. You can see the sheet on the right. It's amazing how blurry that AG sheet is, 7) Put the inner bezel back on 8)Put the Front Bezel back on the LCD assembly, 9) Drop the LCD assembly into the back cover. reinstall the 4 screws, and you're done! 10) The screen is so clear when you are done, you won't understand how LG can put such a low-grade AG coating on their panels in good conscience. I've never had a problem with the AG on past monitors, but a today's tiny .233 pixels on high-res displays, along with "Sparkly" coatings make this mod an easy choice.