You just shattered all my hopes for this screen. Precisely aligning responsive rectangles and squares is just too important. As you will know. I work in a dimly lit (almost dark) room. Brightness at 100% is not possible. Curved monitors are hard to calibrate, and the procedure is error prone : http://blog.datacolor.com/david-cardinal-profiling-a-curved-monitor-or-tv-with-datacolors-spyder4/ I will be using a X-rite i1Display Pro, and I don't expect it to be easier and less error prone. That leaves the LG 31MU97Z-B, Dell UP3216Q, Samsung U32D970Q, BenQ BL3200PT, etc. And the vapourware Asus PA329Q. Anyway, thanks for saving me from failure. \o/ Edit: BL3201PT, not BL3200PT.