In the TV world, the LED monitors are graduately overtaking the LCD monitors. They are brighter for sure. Most with fluid refreshes. The slow pixel updates issue with the earlier LCD screens in motion pictures is gone. Looks like they are selling more LED computer monitors now. Do you think it will make a big difference for us using the computer screen for charts? Most of the charts that I designed, I use black as the background color and the simple colors (red, green, blue, yellow, etc.) for price plots. I don't think having a "brighter" monitor will help me that much. What do you think? You like LED monitors better than LCD for trading? How about plasma? I don't recall seeing any small plasma screens (e.g. 22"). Is there a technology or economic reason that they won't or can't make small plasma tubes? Most of what I have seen is 42" and up on plasma. Looks like many vendors are pushing 3D TV and 3D computer monitors now and will be for the next few years. 3D computer monitors? The demos (driving games, shooting games) looked great. But I don't play video game at all so I wouldn't buy a 3D mon for that reason. Have you noticed/heard any trading software venturing into 3D visualization of financial data for retail customers?