I've recently put a build together for the purpose of work and gaming. Ideally, I'm looking for a monitor that's well within my budget, but is also a solid performer for gaming and watching videos. I don't want to spend any more than $200, preferably in the $150 range. I'm looking for a resolution of 1920 x 1080, and I don't really care whether it's LCD or LED LCD.
Probably not because you are talking about miliseconds and it's a difference of 3ms.
The 30" monitor I have is 7ms and beside it is one thats 27" and is 2 ms and I can't tell the difference. I do like the monitors that Samsung puts out and I wisk I could have found a 30".
The Led is used for backlighting on a LCD monitor and you do have a choice between getting one with or without the Led backlighting. There have been some complaints about some monitors having light bleeding around the edges or corners of the screen. Before buying you should read the feedbacks on the item to see what's been said about other people who have bought the product. A good idea would be to read as much of the feedbacks as possable so you can get an overall feel for how the product is performing.
I believe the Led backlighting gives a better picture and pretty soon the Led monitors will start coming out and at first they will be expensive.