waiting a few years more than that.
People should try a type of monitor like I use. IPS. I use the Planar 2611W. People say its a lot of cash to spend on monitor. I say buy it once and never worry for 4-5 years.
IPS is sick for anything. pva is humdrum and the colors are terrible. contrasts are severe on most PVA screens so that it gets a super punchy contrast that has nothing to do with the original media, it just sells it in a store. The day someone who is in the market for a pva finds an OLED that's affordable /in similar price range, that day is a long long way off.
PVA screens are pretty nice in general, especially for the dollar value. I just try and direct people to an IPS screen as all of the clarity oddities and colour inaccuracies go away when you do IPS.
If you have 800-1200 to spend you can be permanently pleased with IPS. mine has the less than 1 frame of lag too which, so far, no pva is made to do. Most IPS screens have a bit of lag more than this. Apple cinema screens use IPS. they look kinda nice
I would guess the 22 inch samsung isnt 1920x1200? If it is, the text would be SUPER small. If it isnt, it can't do true HD. I don't see the market for sub 24" displays as something that should be considered being that the standard is for 1080p. 22 inch lenovo does 1920x1200? Jeez thats ultra miniscule text. Increasing the font sizes for websites and windows generally looks terrible although is functional. my 25.5" screen has pretty small text at 1920x1200... i cant imagine 22". It probably looks really clear though for movie watching with such tight pixel density.