Past week my Cintiq pro 16 was filled with tiny green dots, talk to Wacom they say help was coming and nothing yet. Anyway, so I had to open my closet and pull out the one small Intuos 5 touch tablet I bought because if I remember I had problems with my Cintiq 22hd too for over 8 months to get it repaired. Its really weird to return to not looking directly at the screen, my eyes got super tired from looking at far distance, I mean, when you are in a Cintiq you have the screen like a few inches from your face, almost grabbing the pen with the eye, that gives you lots of back pain if you don't have an ergotron arm that is.
Then i started noticing my Dell monitor I had for the second screen, the colors even if it was an ips, wasn't that good. So I had to calibrate it like ten times and nothing.
So i had to look online for a super quality monitor, with better contrast then I bought a 27 inch Benq monitor that I love so much. I've noticed in my gallery how my images look so burn, no wonder why other professionals complained about Cintiq screens before. I mean, it's like a day and night comparison, I didn't notice this because my screens were not as good as my previous cintiqs.
The cool thing is that I have better control over colors, but you can't draw faster anymore, only tiny dabs, this is good if you have a painted style like me, but if you are into precise ink line art, well Cintiq is way better. I probably won't return to cintiq anymore, love the new screen, I need to get used to working this way again. I can control better my lines with 2k pressure instead of 8k levels of pressure.
Let's see how the colors start looking on this monitor.