On a whim this week I bought a NEC P221W-SV (with Spectraview calibrator at a good price) because my old Dell is giving me fits. With the Dell, I see things that aren't there (due to uneven luminance), and I don't see things that are (like shadow detail). So now I have this nice new monitor and I wonder if I really need all of its capabilities. Most of my printing work goes to labs that request sRGB files. While I still hand off a file for press output on occasion, that's becoming a rarity since I'm doing less and less graphic design. Being Windows (XP) based, the wide gamut of the NEC produces the attendant over saturation issues in any app outside of Photoshop. While this isn't a huge issue for me (and the monitor does have an sRGB emulation mode), I sill wonder if I've got more monitor than I really need. What are the advantages of a wide gamut display that might entice me to keep it? I edit my RAW files in ProPhoto 16 bit, and that seems like it might be reason enough, but then I end up converting almost everything to sRGB in the end. Comments appreciated. Thanks.