Originally Posted by Arc0s
+1 for the Asus VG248QE, once you get used to no motion blur lightboost gaming is kind of hard to go back; specially if you play FPS games. Also it's one of the cheapest 120hz+ panels available.
Some surprising new information:
For higher quality LightBoost surround, CallSignVega has switched to surround 27" panels instead. It's known that the 27" LightBoost monitors have twice as much contrast (during LightBoost) than the 24" LightBoost monitors. Far more expensive, but if one wants reduced LightBoost color quality degradation (relative to non-LightBoost), I now recommend VG278HE's or XL2720T's. The 27" 120Hz panel actually is apparently slight more colorshift-resistant than the VG248QE (not much, but by a little. The VG248QE panel undergoes LCD inversion at a narrower angle). This is just about enough to outweigh the 27" size increase over 24", turning the 27"-increased-shift-risk into a non-risk, apparently.
For price, VG248QE is better. Only $750 to get a surround setup.
For better LightBoost color, VG278HE or XL2720T is better. Would cost $1200-$1350 for a surround setup.
More expensive but twice as much LightBoost contrast (better LightBoost color).
For a list of LightBoost-compatible panels, see 120Hz monitors list