I saw this on the Japanese distributor's page, XVM-245W, Grade 1 Monitor that supports dual-link HDSDI and equipped with 10-bit panel and circuitry.
I'm pretty sure it'll be more expensive with Dream Color 10-bit (I don't know why it is discussed here that Dream Color is not 10-bit panel when the Japanese website clearly states that it uses 10-bit panel), but XVM-245W has dual-link HDSDI (option but freed by password) which would be more flexible to work in video studio.
Here's a list that in my studio, the advantages of this monitor:
It has dual-link HDSDI that I can take advantage of Multibridge Pro 4:4:4 connection.
It has HDMI output that is probably compatible with 10-bit connection so Multibridge Pro or MXO2's HDMI 10-bit output can be displayed.
It can be taken out with rack mounts so you can display RED ONE's dual-link output in the playback mode.
10-bit panel, LED backlight.
Built in Waveform and vector display, timecode and audio level meter.
1080/60p compatible (maybe good in the future)
DVI input (hopefully support dual-link) so during REDCINE, Cineform, RED Alert! session, we can even be more precise with color.
Sony has announced less expensive 17" LCD master monitor, so I'm debating between the two (actually three, including the Dream Color if it is truely 10-bit).
What do you peeps think?