i'm waiting for a benq vz2470 that has an AMVA panel, and is pwm-free, true 8-bit, with semi-glare coating (very light anti-glare with low grain and probably with lower haze compared to other displays). i hope that it will help eliminate my eye-strain because this solution will address 3 big eye strain triggers; pwm, anti-glare coating and dithering.
anyone that suffer from eye strain that is related to the anti-glare coating should try VA panels because they are more likely to have semi-glare (i couldn't find any IPS). note that not all variations of VA panels will have a semi-glare with low grain and lower haze. there's a lot of discussion on the link to hardforum. you can also use the "search" option and look for key words in the "display" forum [such as grain, haze, semi] .
i read a lot of discussions regarding VA panels, and it's definitely not an easy to find a good VA panel if you're a gamer because of the known VA weaknesses, but there are also some factors that should be considered for general use such as movies and web browsing. VA panels doesn't suffer from IPS glow (there is VA glow which is usually less of a problem). they also have some typical cons, such as color shift when viewing from an off angle, or slower response times and slow pixel responsiveness, which might result in a blurred image and something called "black crush" (loss of dark details in the image, although and ironically VA panels have the best contrast).
benq AMVA monitor thread:
wled and rgb led emits the approximate same amount of blue light: