Originally Posted by iARDAs
I would go for that but it seems there is no perfect pixel check with that. The perfect pixel checked ones for that monitor was not a top rated seller so i might lean towards a yamakasi catleap as a top rated seller is selling a perfect pixel one.
red-cap has perfect pixel versions, sometimes in Catleaps and sometimes the Shims.
Now I wouldn't bother with perfect pixel, here is why....
Perfect Pixel doesn't mean that you are going to actually get a display with perfect pixel. Stuck pixels are not counted in the "perfect pixel" program, on any seller I looked, it only covers dead pixels. It also doesn't mean they will take it back and send another if you pay the premium, you are simply refunded a certain amount of money per dead pixel you find and can show them. With red-cap any defective pixel count of 5 and higher qualifies as a returnable item anyways! So really, perfect pixel isn't worth the premium, as you already have a return policy in place on defective pixels. The whole perfect pixel thing was something I put a lot of thought into, and the math just doesn't work out on it.
With that said, even if a display has a few dead/stuck/defective pixels, good luck finding them! A singular defective pixel on its own somewhere on the display isn't going to be seen during use, and hard to see if you are looking for it.
Save the few bucks, just order a display outside of the "perfect pixel" thing.