Yes, you do.
Totally not bike related.
I've been working on my laptop's 15" 1680x1050 display for ages, and last Thursday finally bit the bullet and bought an external 27" display. Specifically, this no-name one from Korea: http://www.ebay.com/itm/141014647239...84.m1439.l2649.
It arrived yesterday (that's 1 business day and two weekend days since purchase), missed me, and after paying $60 duty and covering DHL in every vulgarity I'm capable of coming up with (for non-duty reasons), I finally got my hands on it 20 minutes ago and hooked it up.
Dayyym! Gorgeous display. I'm not a fan of anything glossy, always opting for the matte display to avoid glare and reflections, so I took a bit of a risk with this monitor's glossy and "low reflection coating" display, but it's fantastic. I'm seeing zero reflections, and even turning on my phone's flash and shining it into the screen does not affect usability - sure, I can see the light, but it doesn't bother me. Colours and bright and vivid - ie. all the benefits of glossy displays without the reflections. Awesome. Oh, no dead pixels and no visible bleed. Yummy.
The only downsides are that it's not height-adjustable and has a pretty fat bezel - minor issues. Oh, I also can't figure out how to bring up the settings
//edit - there are NO settings to bring up, lol. gotta hold an arbitrary button and then one of the up/down ones to control brightness and contrast; never seen this before, but I'll bet it's in that manual I threw out...
And how can you pass up on a brand as amazing-sounding as "Yamakasi"?