If I had the extra cash I'd probably want one of the 120Hz or 240Hz monitors but it's not really a bottleneck as long as you don't have VSync on. Your eyes can only see about approximately 30 fps but the game engines do some calculations based on your fps to determine how many packets to send to the server. My first LCD TV I played on was only 720p but it could also do 1080i. Even thought 720p was at 60Hz and 1080i which looked better was only able to do 30Hz. This was not a problem though. I had a very great gaming experience with that LCD TV. Even though I was set at 1920 x 1080 at 30Hz I had VSync Off so my game was going on at over 200 fps (and sending packets to server based on that) during the time it was displaying only 30 fps (and sending info to my eyes at that rate). So overall experience was I was doing the same amount of winning in the closeup gunfights as I would have been if it had been displaying 120 fps or more to my eyes.