CRT being as old as it is, is still superior to LCD technology. Faster response times, superior color gamut, no motion blur, no pixilation, superior contrast, and so on and so on. The ONLY advantages to LCD over a CRT is weight, and thickness, and this is just NOT a good reason for the masses to have destroyed the CRT market. One of the major manufacturers needs to produce at least one model of CRT for PC display purposes that is still affordable. Based on my readings on the web I've found that the medical field, military, commercial aviation, Hollywood graphic production and other media production/editing entities ALL still use CRT monitors because they have not been surpassed by any new technology. However this said they pay high prices for these monitors, as they are not produced in great numbers. I just want to post about this topic on a forum with amazing patrons such as Guru3D because I know that the discussion will be far more pertinent than elsewhere. My suggestion is that people discuss the matter and hopefully one of the major manufacturers will take notice (probably a pipe dream I know). I personally am willing to buy a high resolution CRT with around 20-22 inch viewable in a major way. My last monitor being the http://ap.viewsonic.com/my/products/productspecs.php?id=266 ruined me for life. It unfortunately died out after years of use and I've been forced to buy a horrible LCD. Also, any discussion on new but non-consumer market technologies such as FED, or SED would be great. Personally I REALLY REALLY hope they bring FED to market in a few years.