In a review on the Leica Monochrom (first version), a reputable reviewer has stated that some people, on first viewing their files from the camera, have been surprised to find them to be flat and lacking contrast. He goes on to say that this is the look of a good medium format negative, and it's ideal for very nuanced prints with subtle tonalities. He states that digital post process is similar to making a print with graded papers in the darkroom. In order to be able to do this properly and take full advantage of the files, one first needs a high end monitor, like the NEC Spectra View or EIZO monitors. iMac screens, while good in his opinion, aren't good enough to get the most out of a Leica Monochrom file. What people end up doing with an inadequate monitor is to pump up the contrast to the point where subtle mid tones are lost. What have those of you who have the camera found? Are you working with an average monitor and finding the files not worth the price you paid, or are you impressed? Have you gone the high end monitor route? Do you print? I've found printing is a different ballgame than posting photos on the net. What's the result there? What is your feeling on the matter?