What's your desktop monitor size and it's resolution? I've just upgraded my monitor. My previous monitor was a 19'' LG with a screen resolution of 1440 x 990 -- It's about 2 and a half years old. Needless to say - I've gotten a lot of use out of it. I've put it through it's paces that for sure and honestly... I didn't realize how utterly old and used it was until now. My new monitor is a 24'' BenQ (1920 x 1080 resolution) and came shipped UPS this afternoon. Got an awesome deal on it ==> $170 brandnew from eBay - 3 year parts/labor/backlight warranty - I'm a happy camper. This monitor is HUGE. The colors are crisp, which you'd expect with HD. But wow. It's almost like seeing the internet through new eyes. The differences between these monitors is stunning. But of course the LG had basically been running non-stop since I bought it a few years back. It had a few dead pixels and was quite dim - the brightness had faded... I've been happy with all LG products I buy. So no complaints. But I swear - it's safe to say I've found a new goto for monitors anyway. It's safe to say the BenQ is the best monitor I've ever had. Anyway - This (may?) bring up an interesting discussion... Since there is this new advent of larger size monitors hitting the scene - Is this why we're seeing a trend towards responsive design? Perhaps this is where the max-width css element comes into play more and more, as I see TAZ has a max-width of 1320px --- Do you think there is a new, larger standard width for fixed width web designs? Questions questions questions. Discuss and vote in the poll - 2 options each: 1 for monitor size and the other for resolution.