I'm editing on a $5,600, souped-up, maxed-out, MacBook Pro laptop with its 16-inch display. Dunno if I'd buy one again, but that's another story and I'm committed.
But I have display envy for the YouTubers I see with big, multiple monitors, so it feels like the natural thing to do is spend my monies, crowd my house and destroy the planet with a big one for me. Makes sense, right?
So I figured I'd better get a good one, big, 4K, with accurate color. Except I notice they go up to $7,000 and my comfort zone is more like $1,400ish. So what's the diff? Is it just accuracy of color? Isn't this $1,400 version of the Asus ProArt accurate enough? Who buys the $4,000 or $7,000 monitors? Hollywood?
Another question: Ultrawide sounds convenient on paper but limited vertical resolution, right? So not good for editing 4K video? More for gaming?