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I had an NEC before this monitor and could not get it calibrated properly and that was using their software. As for price, I do not mind paying $600 - $1,000 but it has to be able to be calibrated easily and consistently. I do not know what the problem was with the NEC, so I cannot answer any of those questions. As for 4K, I admittedly do not know enough about it at this point to make any conclusions. I will look into it however.
Hmm what NEC?
I found the PA trivial to calibrate with Spectraview II. Easiest, breeziest ever.
Anyway I just moved from a PA241W to a Dell UP2414Q UHD (4k-ish) monitor. Mind blowing. Calibrates well internally (although much more slowly than the NEC and it the profiling step is perhaps done a touch better with Agyll+DispCAL than with the Dell software).