Finally getting around to upgrading to an LCD monitor (having bought a Samsung but then been forced to give it to the kids!) It will be used for some film watching, some graphic design work and Photoshop CS3 work on photography with my DSLR, as well as MSOffice type stuff & browsing. Things I've found so far: My GPU has DVI-out, but I'm not presently desperate for DVI-in on my new monitor, but am open to persuasion on its merits. A refresh rate of 5ms at worst would probably be sensible, wouldn't it? I think I'd like a minimum of 20", and see that many 22" screens have the same resolution as 20", so presumably this just leads to bigger pixels and a less sharp image. I don't need speakers built in to the monitor. Beyond the above, and requiring something widescreen, I have no other particular requirements from the monitor. So I'm quickly getting lost as to what is a good deal for my budget of £120 (upto around £130 at a push). A quick trawl around the popular sites reveals the following "deals", but I'm rather at a loss to know what's best among them - genuinely decent price and good picture/reliability. MISCO SAVER 20 TFT @ £100 in Misco Misco Saver 22 TFT[/url @ £117.49 in Misco FUJITSU SIEMENS 20 TFT A20W @ £117.50 in Misco Dabs Value 22" Wide 5ms DVI LCD TFT @ £125, with DVI ViewSonic VA2016w @ £129 in Ebuyer (or £126 in Dabs) ACER AL2016WB @ £129.24 in Misco BenQ T201Wa @ £129.39 in Dabs HANNSG HG216DP 22 TFT @ £130 in Misco or would this LG L197WH 19" @ £130 for a 19" monitor be of sufficiently good quality that I won't notice the missing inch? or have I missed anything that really should be bought for this sort of price?