I use an EIZO GC234W, Iâ€™ve had it professionally calibrated along with the Papers I use, as I do a lot of printing only to A3+ with a Canon 9500. (For me personally photography at the end of the day is all about handling bits of paper, not looking at monitors, & I know for fact you sell 95% more images if they are already printed, rather than showing people images from a computer) The printed results are about 95% or better of what I see on the monitor. I print using PS5 BUT soft proof every thing first. Also I only use genuine Canon inks.
They have probably updated this model by now & there maybe better monitors out there now.
â€¢ 24â€ Widescreen supporting a native resolution of 1920x1200
â€¢ Non-glossy, low reflective screen for professional users
â€¢ Hardware-based calibration (requires a measuring instrument) for easy and accurate colour profiling and calibration
â€¢ Shading hood (removable) minimises the effect of ambient light falling on the screen
â€¢ 3D LUT for Better Additive Colour Mixture
â€¢ Brightness and Colour Compensation with EIZO's Digital Uniformity Equaliser
â€¢ Three inputs â€“ Display Port (supporting 10 bit) and dual DVI
â€¢ 98% coverage Adobe RGB Colour Space
â€¢ New OSD
â€¢ IPS panel - reduced colour shift on viewing angle
â€¢ Eizo Flex Stand
â€¢ Full 5 Year onsite (double swap) UK warranty
For the full specifications, please click this link: http://www.eizo.com/global/iblick/spec/?id=CG243W