Thanks for the share. The author makes statements about how he doesn’t care about gamut or nits or color accuracy, but only how good the text looks. This is probably what most programmers care most about, but good text probably comes in a good monitor with high ppi, high nits, and good color accuracy. Being a photographer (novice) - I am constantly trying new monitors to get better results, and the better ones do display text better than the cheaper ones.
My main problem is dropping them on the floor (three in past year). Last one I dropped didn’t die completely but had only about 15 percent of display area wiped out. It wasn’t leaking any liquid crystal (probably poisonous, but don’t know for sure). I thought - good - I’ll just duct-tape its cracks, and all will be well. Wrong! Over about two weeks, the bad spot slowly grew until it was half the screen! Also, the cracks show super-high intensity blue/white, which is probably bad for eyes. So, my suggestion is not to do as I did … LOL. Doesn’t seem very safe thing to do.