My Westinghouse was dying on me. For the past year or so it's had a few vertical lines on one side, but not bad enough that it bothered me all that much. But then the picture started cutting out and scrambling until I power it off/on.
So I bought an Asus PA248Q
which I got price-matched for $286.67. And I'll get an additional $20 back from a mail-in rebate. It is a 16:10 ratio monitor, which was my primary requirement.
So far it's a pretty awesome monitor. Complete swivel, tilt, height adjustment, a very easy to use OSD (unlike the westinghouse). Built-in 4-port USB3 hub, which is handy since my pc case doesn't have any front usb3 ports. Matte screen and a very sharp picture with beautiful color reproduction. Plus, it has probably one of the sturdiest stands I've see on an LCD. You can shake the desk and it sits almost as rock solid as a CRT.
Not a huge gamer these days, but I'll play some Diablo tonight and see how this 6ms response time looks.