Adding on to what I wrote earlier, I’m really quite disappointed in the general monitor industry. So many big players, yet so very few willing to push the industry forward. I have an LG C9 that’s glass with an AR coating and roughly 800nits of brightness and sometimes glare can be annoying trying to play a dark game like CP2077 in the afternoon. If it were, maybe 1300-1500 nits, I don’t think it would be a problem.
But here’s where I am at (and I recognize I’m in a very small minority); I own two LG 5K UltraFines, and for what they cost, are kind of disappointing apart from the rare 5K resolution. They are $1300 each. I manage a lab full of new M1 iMacs with wall to wall rows of overhead fluorescent lights, and glare has not been an issue for me. I was so impressed that I almost bought an iMac to use as a monitor for my laptop, but Apple removed that ability from Macs a long while ago. If they had some in stock locally I probably would have pulled the trigger and accepted the compromise of AirPlaying my laptop screen to it.
Bottom line, I’m extremely motivated to throw money at ideally: 27" to 32"; 180 or more ppi display density; a minimum 500 nits of maximum brightness, 800+ nits preferred; glossy/glass finish; 120hz refresh rate; wide color gamut (DCI-P3 or aRGB); Don’t really care for HDR as general implementation is a mess at this point in time. If this could exist, I’d happily part with 2,000 of my dollars.