This would be an excellent candidate monitor for an impulse-driven backlight, which I'm developing in my BlurBusters blog
(home-made scanning backlight). I've purchased enough LED's a 250 watt homebrew LED backlight that can run at 0.5 second (or faster impulses) to reduce motion blur -- less motion blur than CRT. LCD displays that can erase pixel persistence, really fast and completely, before the next refresh, are the ideal type of panels for a strobed backlight. I'm opening up monitors & modifying them.
nVidia LightBoost 2 does something similiar (it also strobes the backlight) -- but not very nearly short enough strobes to completely eliminate motion blur -- so I'm putting in a turbocharged backlight that can strobe for even shorter impulses.