: production stopped over ten years ago. The few that remain are either expensive or heavily used and probably about to blow, too. Plus, I still live in an apartment and have to move every few years - as much as I loved the FW900, it was 93 pounds and didn't have very comfortable hand holds.
Honestly, until now, I was putting up with a couple of crap LCDs while trying to wait for affordable OLED monitors (Sony has some at $6000, which I might actually save up for, if I didn't have to give money to Sony) - I expect nothing more from the FG2421 than something to hold me over until I can get a 4K OLED display, at which point the FG2421 will become my secondary monitor.
People have favorably compared the FG2421 to the FW900 (see: http://hardforum.com/showpost.php?s=b61efa42bbd4c55449d14326ac8fdc89&p=1040365679&postcount=601
), so I'm hopeful. It has a ridiculously high static contrast ratio (4800 after calibration), pretty good color reproduction (reports vary, seems to average in the range of 90-95% sRGB), acceptable input lag, runs at 120Hz, and does backlight strobing (which helps with motion clarity). At $560 (from Amazon), I'm quite excited - that's a pretty low price, compared to all of my other options.