I'm on the market for an LCD or Plasma set, so I'm trying to guess what the near future is bringing. Today I found this: _______________________- BenQ unveiled a new 19-inch LCD monitor, the BenQ FP93G X, featuring 2ms gray-to-gray response time, a slim 13mm bezel and a contrast ratio 700:1. The BenQ FP93G X is targeting both professional gamers who have high demands for display performances. The BenQ FP93G X employs BenQ's Advanced Motion Accelerator (AMA) technology that accelerates the twisting speed of liquid crystal by increasing the voltage, making it possible to shorten the gray-to-gray response time to 2ms. With this break-through, the BenQ FP93G X?s performance is similar to that of the CRT monitor. In addition, the new BenQ FP93G X LCD monitor is equipped with both traditional D-Sub and next generation DVI input support, a high contrast ratio of 700:1 and a brightness of 300 cd/m2. _________________________________________ I wonder if this is true, and will they be able to use the technology is larger panels ? when?