Currently have a Dell 20' monitor 2007wfp or something like that. too lazy to check. I've been wanting to upgrade to a 30' or a 24-25' atleast within a reasonable price range. Something withing a 200-300 price range, w/ a resolution of 1920 x 1200. I run my desktop and 360 through the same screen. Desktop through HDMI, 360 through VGA. I had these in debate. Hanns.G 30 in. ASUS 25in. is it a noticeable/worthy size up for the price? money's tight, seeing as I just paid my college tuition and spent near another 1k on books and materials. Not really too tech savvy, nor am I extremely set on the highest refresh rate, etc. etc. I just want something that wont have any ghosting affects when toggling between 360 and desktop, will be running pretty well out of the box, no dead pixels, very good lifespan, etc. also, if you have another suggestion of a monitor, that is roughly 30' and around the aforementioned price range, then feel free to recommend it. Edit: also, it has to have hdmi, and a vga output also. Some newer ones skip the vga output and just put a dvi one. Problem is DVI doesn't carry audio, and I can't find any 360 cables that'll go to a monitor via dvi and carry audio along a separate line. inb4 Make a custom one. I've seen tutorials of how to do this, but don't feel comfortable doing so.