I've been reading up and trying to decide between these two 20" flat panels. Both are about the same price @ $500. Just not sure if I should go with the wide screen or go with the more traditional type. The Samsung 204t (traditional more square 5:4 screen) http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0009VT9R0/102-0183473-4388116?v=glance&n=172282 The new Dell 2007FPW (16:10 wide screen type) http://accessories.us.dell.com/sna/...8&cs=19&l=en&mnf=694&Page=productlisting.aspx And I have read conflicting opinions in other forums and blogs, such as: <i>Depending on your work habits and software of choice, a 4:3 or 5:4 screen can prove to be a much more effective solution than a widescreen counterpart.</i> And then i read this: <i>Is it worth going 20" widescreen instead of 19" 4:3? In a word, Yes. 1280x1024 just isn't anywhere near as sweet as 1680x1050 first of all. Second, 16:10 is much more immersive than 4:3, because it lines up correctly with the humans natural eyesight (as you see in more of a rectangle than a box afterall). It's also great to work on as you can fit 2 full sized windows on a 20" widescreen monitor with no problem. Widescreen is definitely the way to go for work!</i> The 20" Samsung is more of the 5:4 ratio @ 1600x1200. Which means a little bit of overall screen size is sacrificed with the Dell @ 1680x1050. But I'd like to know what others on ET use. Is a widescreen the way to go for trading or ???