Don't be afraid buying the most expensive one that fits your need - a good screen should last more years than any decent computer, and you will be staring at it all the time. Make it worth it.
It's crazy that people will spend thousands and tens of thousands on camera gear and then want to limit the monitor budget to like $250. Some spend $1200 just to get a slightly higher res lens or this or that and then get the cheapest monitor they can. So you get all these technically perfect images but then don't have anything to see them on in good fashion.
It is not crazy at all. Most people are extremely foolish in this regard.
I used to see it in the home stereo world where they would have all their money in Amps and components but nothing in speakers. In the car stereo world, they would have great head unit and speakers, decent amps but lousy cabling and power.
$3000 suit, $150 Johnson Murphy shoes...