Choose the gallery icon on my post.... I have 3 pix... one of them really up close so you can see the design/build quality of the monitor....
I don't believe there is any real or scientific way to get any where near an idea of judging a screen's actual picture quality by taking "screen shots". The only way to really tell is to either go to a B&M or use a merchant's return policy.
I know this sounds lame, but I fear it's the only right way to judge a display.
I myself have gone through the following displays before settling on this one, though, so it must be pretty good:
Sharp Aquos 32" LCD with lower speaker, Panasonic 37" EDTV plasma, Samsung 32" LCD, and Sony 26" LCD. Sorry -- too lazy to recall/lookup all the models; suffice it to say they were all the "latest and greatest" since December '04 when I started this whole ordeal.
I feel in my opinion this is the finest display out there, regardless of price, for a 26-37" form factor. My personal budget was up to $5500.00. I actually carefully scrutinized the XBR 32" LCD, but I just couldn't fathom shelling out the highest price for last year's technology [it only does 1280x768, or 15:9 aspect!!! The FWD-32LX1 does the full 1366x768 which yields the 16:9 aspect. Finally, the FWD natively supports a PC, while the XBR does not! These two items alone to me justify going with the FWD --