I was going to buy me one of these
, but haven't got up the money to do so yet. It might help if you add a budget and your general use. Like the one I listed is good for every day tasks and gaming. Tho someone who works in photoshop might be targeting something more expensive that has more precise coloring. The three big factors when buying screens for me is first construction. I don't mind some cheapness, but hollow and easily breakable plastic bezels turn me into the Hulk. The second is pixel pitch, the tighter the pitch the more fluid the screen will be (closer the pixels are together the crisper the image). And the last is a reliable and reputable brand. After all that it just boils down to being 1920x1080 and for the right price. The one above has a pixel pitch of 0.248mm, so it's picture will be so crisp you wont be able to see the pixels that make up the screen. Tho some people say the screen bleeds around the edges, but what do you expect for $120. I am in no way a screen guru, I just know what to look out for.