I hope this is the right forum, and I do apologise for asking such a basic question. I have done some research but I always like to hear first hand opinions from like minded people. I sold my 27" iMac (non 4K) as I use my MacBook pretty much exclusively, and my partner has her own PC in the study. We currently have a pretty average 24" ASUS Monitor hooked up and I wanted to swap that out for a single nice large monitor. I have a couple requirements which I hope OCAU could help with: 1) Be larger than 27" (the larger the better but I don't see something like 32" being appropriate given how close we'll be sitting - I'd say 30" would be plenty) 2) Be 4K obviously 3) Be satisfactory for gaming. We aren't pro gamers, I enjoy FPS on a casual level and she likes RTS and RPG. Everyone goes on about 120Hz being it for gaming, but I've lived with 60Hz all my life. I believe most consumer 4K panels are 60Hz - is this going to be fine? Now, I've read that response time in an IPS panel is not amazing, but as we're not hardcore gamers, do you think a 60Hz IPS 4K screen would be just fine for casual gaming? I like Dell monitors (but I am open to any quality brand) and saw the S2817Q as a reasonable option. I wouldn't want to spend more than 1K, but if my requirements are unrealistic for this budget, I'd be happy to stretch it for something that will last us a while. The screen will be VESA mounted, so the stand does not bother me in the slightest, but the screen must be VESA mountable (which I think most are?). One more nitpick requirement - nothing that looks outlandish and "gamer" - I can't stand the whole Alienware / ASUS Gaming style stuff. Just basic black bezels for me. I'll be plugging in a MacBook Pro Retina and Mac Mini which are both 4K friendly and will be doing basic work on these, no gaming. My partners computer is rather old by todays standards, and sports a measly nVidia 460GTX (I think). I understand that this will not be able to play games at 4K resolutions, but would be able to even run the screen? It's just something I need to consider, as I'll be completely upgrading the PC soon, but was hoping I wouldn't need to upgrade immediately to just use the screen (my partner uses her PC daily for both work and personal - just web browsing and Word). From what I've read, it should work, but it will probably max out at 1600p which I can live with until the PC gets an upgrade. Any suggestions on a decent allrounder 4K monitor that isn't pro-tier would be amazing. Curved screens are great, but probably push the budget a bit for what it's worth to me. Thanks!