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"bobtomay" practically took all of the words out of my mouth!

Like Bob said...most 24" LCD display's available today have a 1920 x 1080, or 1920 x 1200 resolution. I saw one for $150 dollars the other day. Sure a 37" monitor will look a lot more impressive due to it's size...but you won't get any additional resolution...everything on the 37" display will just be larger.

A 37" display is going to take up a heck of a lot of room, cost you a heck of a lot more money...and probably use 2-4 times the electricity!

Here's a really quick example of what you can get for $179:

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16824009179

Keep your eyes "peeled" for some monitors on sale/special...and I'm sure you can do even better on the price.

Get yourself a decent 23"-24" display...and you're good to go!

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