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Been using CRT monitors up until sunday when I purchased my first LCD. The contrast is great, but colors seem to fade, depending on the horizontal plane you're sitting at. I was sitting dead center, horizontal and vertical, looking straight at the screen and the top appeared a bit different than the bottom. I've used LCD monitors before at work and noticed the same thing, also on laptops. I know they have limited viewing angles, but is this the norm? Reminds me of the projection televisions with their dark regions in the corners. I have a current model LG with 1400:1 contrast and 4ms response, the viewing angle is 160. If this is normal then I won't feel so bad. I just thought it would be less noticable once I got it home, specially on a name brand with good specs. Don't have the digital cable for it yet.